“The Flash” film star Ezra Miller is reportedly expected to enter a guilty plea on Friday to a lesser charge of trespassing in someone’s home in the U.S. state of Vermont, according to NBC News
Miller was alleged to have stolen several bottles of alcohol on May 1st last year from a neighbouring house in Stamford. Miller was later charged with unlawful trespassing, two charges of burglary in an unoccupied dwelling, and petit larceny.
A clerk for Vermont Superior Court has confirmed to the outlet that the parties have reached a plea deal and agreed to drop the burglary and larceny charges – one being a felony that could’ve carried a sentence of up to 25 years.
Court documents reportedly show prosecutors are proposing Miller face around 90 days in a suspended sentence, as well as a year’s probation and a $500 fine.
Miller has been embroiled in a series of criminal cases over recent years related to their behavior, and the 30-year-old actor publicly apologized for their actions in August.
At the time, Miller said they had been “suffering complex mental health issues” and were committed to returning to “a healthy, safe and productive stage in my life,” according to a statement from a spokesperson.
It has not been decided yet by new DC bosses James Gunn and Peter Safran what the future of The Flash is, but test screening reports for “The Flash” film starring Miller have reportedly been rave reviews.
“The Flash” film is still on track and is expected to be released on June 16th.