In what may end up being the inciting incident for a nonbinary version of Al Capone having his criminal empire taken down by simple tax evasion, The Flash star Ezra Miller has pleaded not guilty after being charged with felony burglary in relation to a Vermont home invasion allegedly committed by the actor earlier this year.
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Appearing before Vermont State Superior Court Judge Kerry Ann McDonald-Cady on Monday morning, Miller was charged with one count of “burglary into an occupied dwelling” and one count of “petit larceny $900 or less”
As per Deadline, if convicted, the apparent future of the DCEU “faces a maximum of 26 years behind bars as well as over $2,000 in fines”.
These charges stem from a May 1st arrest which took place, as per the Vermont State Police, “at approximately 5:55 p.m., [after] the Vermont State Police was notified of a burglary complaint at a residence [belonging to victim Isaac B. Winokur] on County Road in the town of Stamford, Vermont.”
“The initial findings indicated that several bottles of alcohol were taken from within the residence while the homeowners were not present,” the VSP added in an official agency press release. “As a result of an investigation that included surveillance videos and statements, probable cause was found to charge Ezra M. Miller with the offense of felony burglary into an unoccupied dwelling.”
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According to Deadline, Winkour alleges that upon breaking into his home, Miller stole three bottles of hard alcohol – one each of gin, vodka, and rum.
This seemingly contradicts an earlier denial from a representative for Miller to Vanity Fair that rather than any sort of liquor, “the actor was cooking with their mother, needed rice wine, and grabbed that and another bottle of wine from the home of a close childhood friend.”
As part of Miller’s conditions for release from prison pending trial, the actor was ordered by Judge McDonald-Cady to explicitly avoid setting foot on the Winkour’s property, as well as contacting or harassing either Winkour or another individual by the name of Aiden Early.
Met with these terms, Miller’s attorney, Lisa B. Shelkrot,
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