Page Six has confirmed that Ezra Miller has pleaded not guilty to burglary charges against him for allegedly breaking into a Vermont mansion and stealing alcohol.
In a videotaped appearance at Monday’s hearing in Vermont Superior Court, the non-binary actor and their attorney, Lisa Shelkrot, confirmed that their client agreed to the court order. court to not contact or visit the landlord.
She also said that Ezra is grateful for their loved ones, who have been, are and will continue to be such an important part of their lives and spirits. In early August, Miller, 30, was arrested and charged with petty theft and burglary of an inhabited home, both felonies.
Vermont State Police charged the movie actor with trouble for breaking into a private apartment in Stamford on May 1 and stealing several bottles of alcoholic beverages from the home.
As stated in the police report, the homeowner has not been there since they left the home when the claimed event occurred. VSP officials said the cause could be found after studying CCTV footage they obtained to charge the Flash star with the alleged crimes.
Miller began receiving help for their serious mental health issues a week after they apologized for their behavior the previous year, leading to multiple arrests over disturbing allegations of violence. and abuse.
I was just going through a terrible crisis, and as a result, I realized that I was dealing with many complex mental health concerns. So as a result I have begun receiving ongoing treatment for these issues, they told Variety through a statement their representatives released at the time.
I would like to offer my sincerest apologies to anyone and everyone whose past behavior has caused me concern or discomfort. I have made every effort to get my life back to a healthy, safe, and productive point again.