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Ezra Miller verbally abuses Hawaii police in recovered footage

Ezra Miller verbally abuses Hawaii police in recovered footage

Ezra Miller Recently, they made headlines for a number of different reasons, but mostly because they were getting themselves into trouble. In recent days, there has been a report Warner Brothers He was willing to hear the actor’s side of the story. They claimed there would soon be evidence that would clear their name but what we got might leave them in the worst position.

In a recently released camcorder shot from the Hawaii police, Ezra Miller appears to have been arrested for the second time in the same bar. In the video, there is a man who accuses Miller of assaulting him and the police proceed to take the actor out of the building.

During the exchange with the police, Miller first appears filming the entire incident and then proceeds to say random things that are difficult to understand. Miller claims that they were attacked because of NFT cipher art, so they decided to film the attack. Realizing that their tactic doesn’t work, Miller begins using verbal violence against the police officers.

They demand their badge numbers and names. Shortly thereafter, they began saying Ninth and Fourth Amendment rights and also claimed that one of the officers touched their penis. It really is a mess, watching the entire video retrieved by the folks at TMZ.

Miller’s statements to the Hawaii police.

Here’s everything Miller had to say: “I was attacked, and I started shooting,” Miller said in the video. “Let me show you the video. I got hit twice in a row on this tape. I film myself when I was attacked because of NFT ciphers. Am I being arrested for disorderly behavior? I was assaulted. You understand, right? What is your name?” What’s your badge number?Tell me your name and your badge number.Full name!Full badge number!Don’t touch me.Tell me your name and your badge number,Now!

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“The guy in that bar declared himself a Nazi. I had that in a movie and he attacked me. I claim my Ninth Amendment rights not to be wrongfully persecuted for an unspecified crime. Disorderly behavior means something I’m not guilty of. I claim my Fourth Amendment rights not to search and seize any possible cause, you will not be able to show in a court of law. I claim my Fourth Amendment rights not to be searched and forfeited.”