A Hawaiian couple dropped their restraining order against Ezra Miller.
In late March, the couple filed court papers to obtain a temporary injunction against the The Flash star, claiming he broke into their bedroom and threatened them. They also accused him of stealing their personal belongings, including their passport and wallet.
However, on Monday (April 11, 22), a judge dismissed the injunction case at the couple’s request, according to court documents he obtained The Hollywood Reporter. Their lawyer, William Dean, refused to explain why his clients changed their minds.
The alleged incident occurred just hours after the Fantastic Beasts star, who uses gender-neutral pronouns, was released from prison after being accused of harassment and disorderly conduct. He was arrested at a karaoke bar in Hilo for holding a woman’s mic and lunging at a man playing darts.
In addition to these two incidents, it has now been revealed that police were called into an argument in downtown Hilo in mid-March because the actor was uncooperative and refused to leave the area and “keep fighting.” Pavement obstruction. Hawaii Deputy Police Chief Kenneth Kyucho said Tuesday he was cited for blocking a road. A hearing on that traffic violation and the driving offense case is scheduled for April 26.
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