Ezra Miller Says They Recorded Hawaii Incident To Sell As "NFT Crypto Art"

Despite starring in two of the biggest blockbusters of the year, Flash star Ezra Miller has found themselves in the headlines for all the wrong reasons recently. Miller has been arrested in Hawaii twice since late March, and has also been subject to a restraining order after allegedly threatening to kill a couple they had been staying with. Now, bodycam footage of the initial March 28 arrest has been shared online, revealing Miller's account of the incident.

In an exchange with police, Miller claims that they were the victim of the assault. They also tell the arresting officers that they "got assaulted and starting filming" and "I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art". They further claim that this was the second them they were assaulted in the karaoke bar, however, it seems that they were the only person to be arrested in relation to the incident.

The video also captures police speaking to one of the bar patrons who Miller allegedly assaulted. He shares that Miller approached him while he was playing darts, and spat at him "for no reason". This is on top of "hurling obscenities" at other clients.

When they are eventually arrested, Miller tells officers that they recorded the darts player calling himself a nazi. The police did not make any mention of this in their own reports, so it's not known if Miller did share this video after being arrested. They haven't shared it themselves since being released, either.

Since the incident, Miller has pleaded no contest and paid a $500 fine for disorderly conduct. This came after their second arrest, in which Miller was said to have thrown a chair, hitting a 26-year old woman and leaving a cut to her forehead.

Despite the claims made in the video, the actor is yet to try and sell their own recording of the incident as "NFT crypto art". And honestly, given the state of crypto right now, that wouldn't be a great investment.

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