American actor Ezra Miller has been surrounded by serious controversies for months and the situation is only getting worse for DCEU with $200M budgeted The Flash scheduled for a release. As per the latest update, the production house, Warner Bros, has finally decided to end ties with Ezra after the recent grooming controversy.
For the unversed, Ezra Miller has been the hot topic for the last three months and the actor has been arrested twice for serious allegations. They were first arrested while vacationing in Hawaii for alleged harassment and disorderly conduct at a karaoke bar and then for an alleged assault at a private event.
Recently, Miller was accused of grooming a minor from the age of 12 by her parents. The couple filed court documents in Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court and alleged that the actor has been “physically and emotionally abusing” as well as “psychologically manipulating, physically intimidating, and endangering the safety and welfare” of their daughter, who is now 18, since she was 12.
If reports are to be believed, Miller is missing with the teen after they deleted their Instagram account. Facing a severe backlash for the recent events, Warner Bros has decided to call it quits with the Flash actor and they have reportedly been axed from any future projects under Warner Bros.
Meanwhile, it is uncertain if the production house will recast the comic-book-based superhero character or put the projects featuring Flash on hold. The Flash is, however, currently scheduled to debut in theatres on June 23 next year.
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