Ezra Miller Looking for Assist For “Complicated Psychological Well being Points”

Picture Supply: Getty / Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic

After months of headline-making incidents, “The Flash” star Ezra Miller is now in search of therapy for “complicated psychological well being points,” based on a press release from the actor obtained by Variety.

“Having just lately gone by way of a time of intense disaster, I now perceive that I’m struggling complicated psychological well being points and have begun ongoing therapy,” Miller stated within the assertion. “I wish to apologize to everybody that I’ve alarmed and upset with my previous habits. I’m dedicated to doing the required work to get again to a wholesome, protected and productive stage in my life.” Miller’s representatives didn’t instantly reply to hollywoodnewsflash.us’s request for extra remark.

Miller was solid as DC’s the Flash/Barry Allen in 2015, making their first look within the franchise in 2016’s “Batman v Superman: Daybreak of Justice” earlier than showing in “Suicide Squad” and “Justice League.” They’re set to reprise their position in a standalone film that is already wrapped filming, however the mission’s future appears unsure.

The actor was arrested a number of instances in Hawaii for disorderly conduct, harassment, and assault in March and April. Most just lately, Miller was charged with felony housebreaking in Vermont for allegedly breaking right into a home whereas the house owners weren’t residence to steal liquor, based on an Aug. 8 report from Variety. Miller might be arraigned in that case in September.

Miller’s arrests have prompted calls to recast Miller as DC’s the Flash, with followers advocating for The CW’s the Flash, Grant Gustin, or “Not Okay” star Dylan O’Brien to switch them. Nonetheless, DC has made no official indication that it plans to take away Miller (who additionally stars as Credence Barebone in Warner Bros.’s Improbable Beasts franchise) from the position. Moderately, the studio reportedly helps Miller’s choice to hunt skilled assist right now, based on a supply near Warner Bros. (by way of Variety).

“The Flash” is ready to hit theaters on June 23, 2023.

Picture Supply: Getty / Axelle / Bauer-Griffin / FilmMagic

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