Per their deal, prosecutors agreed to dismiss the second charge of harassment. Miller agreed to pay a $500 fine plus an additional $30 to cover a crime victim fee.
As we previously reported, Miller has been on a terror down in Hawaii for the past couple of weeks.
The criminal charges were brought after the actor was arrested at a local bar last month. He was accused of becoming “agitated” when two individuals began singing karaoke.
Police said Miller began “yelling obscenities and at one point grabbed the microphone from a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke and later lunged at a 32-year-old man playing darts.”
He was released on a $500 bond.
Miller seems to be spiraling — after the plea deal was entered, the actor was arrested again in Hawaii.
Local reports state the police took him into custody on a second-degree assault charge. Police reportedly showed up at a home in Pahoa where the star was staying.
His friend allegedly asked him to leave which caused Miller to become “irate.” The female pal accuses him of throwing a chair at her and causing a half-inch cut to her forehead.
Miller has yet to address the latest arrest.
On top of the two arrests, he was also hit with a restraining order by a couple who allegedly let him stay with them in Hawaii. They told the court Miller had burst into their bedroom threatening them after he was released from jail the first time.
Sources say Warner Bros has already put all talks of a Flash sequel on the backburner due to the actor’s antics.
The first film — which has suffered countless delays — is set to be released in June 2023.