The Secrets of Dumbledore, a fictional character, was taken center stage in the most recent Fantastic Beasts film, starring Credence Barebone, directed by Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, and Mads Mikkelsen. However, the incident has prompted speculation. A further scandal has spawned, as on August 8, Miller was charged with Felony Burglary in a January 2022 incident.
The Vermont State Police issued a statement claiming that several bottles of alcohol were taken from inside the residence while the homeowners were not present, according to authorities. Miller was convicted on August 7 and will appear in court on September 26.
According to the Daily Beast, the parents of an 18-year-old from North Dakota obtained a protective order against Miller, who accused the actor of physically and emotionally abusing the teenager. Eventually, another mother and her 12-year-old child in Massachusetts were granted a temporary harassment prevention order. Miller acted inappropriately against their non-binary child.
In early April, Miller, 29, who had traveled from the United States to sit with family on Hawaii, was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment at a bar in Hilo, on the east side of the Big Island. Upon arrival, the actor allegedly threatened to calm down several times to no avail.
The owner of a bar called the Hawaii Police Department about a disturbed patron. Miller was arrested and charged with bailed in a bid to save money of $500 (381). The couple, who was staying with, received his bail in full.
Miller allegedly threatened him with a wallet, a driver's license, and a bank cards. According to the Daily Mail, the couple claims that he stole some of their belongings, including a wallet, a driver's license, and a bank card. The couple has since dismissed the motion. A judge has dismissed the case.
Miller was in the news once more on April 19, when they were arrested in Hawaii. According to Hawaii News Now and KITV, a local affiliate, Miller was arrested on a complaint of second-degree assault following an incident at a house in Pahoa.
According to reports from the Hawaii Island Police Department, Miller allegedly threw a chair and hit a 26-year-old lady, inflicting a half-inch cut on her head. Upon arrest, Miller was reportedly angry because they were asked to leave the house at a traffic stop at an intersection around 1:30 a.m., and they were later released around 4 a.m.
Miller has yet to make a public statement about any of these incidents or the legal actions filed against them.
A video resurfaced on Twitter, showing Miller putting their hands around the neck of a woman at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland. Filmed in April 2020, Miller was reportedly responding to a group of fans who had approached him. According to Variety, the actor was disgruntled and disgruntled when they were escorted from the bar.
Back in April, Rolling Stone reported that Warner Bros. and DC executives had an emergency impromptu meeting to investigate Millers future projects. However, a source from Warner Bros. later stated that no such meeting had taken place, and dismissed the initial report as a false assumption.
These controversies come at a time that should be a happy one for Miller. Having made their debut in the DCs Justice League franchise in 2016, the actor is finally getting their own sequel film, with The Flash slated for release in 2023. The DC universe is renowned for its films sequels, but at this point, Miller's future is hardly known.
This article was originally published on March 29, 2022.