Ezra Miller: Hawaiian couple drops request for restraining order against Justice League actors

The Hawaiian couple, who were granted a restraining order against Ezra Miller over molestation and theft claims, have dropped their petition.

A judge dismissed Miller’s injunction trial Monday (April 11) based on the couple’s request.

The couple’s attorney, William Dean, declined to comment Tuesday as to why his clients do not want to pursue the petition against Miller.

The Independent has reached out to Miller’s rep for comment.

According to the couple’s original complaint, which was filed on March 28 justice league Actor “burst into the bedroom of the petitioner(s) and threatened” the alleged male victim by “saying, ‘I’m going to bury you and your s***wife'”.

The alleged victims also accused Miller, who was reportedly staying at their Hilo hostel, of stealing their personal belongings.

According to a Facebook post shared by Hawaii police following Miller’s arrest on March 28, officers noticed that the 29-year-old “began shouting profanities” and disturbing patrons at a karaoke bar in Hilo.

“Miller began shouting profanities and at one point grabbed the microphone of a 23-year-old woman singing karaoke and later lunged at a 32-year-old man playing darts,” police said at the time, adding, “The Bar owners have repeatedly asked Miller to calm down, to no avail.”

Miller was released a day later after the couple posted bail of £384 ($500) as the couple filed for a restraining order against the actor.

On March 31, a judge granted the couple’s request for a restraining order, saying it was necessary to prevent future harassment and setting a hearing date for Wednesday (April 13).

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It is currently unclear whether this hearing will continue after Miller’s case has been dropped.

Photo provided by the Hawaii Police Department after Miller was arrested in Hilo

A judge on Tuesday also granted a request by Miller’s attorney to postpone a hearing until April 26 in a separate case involving an alleged traffic violation in Hilo.

Francis Alcain told the judge that Miller and a team of prosecutors were engaged in “preliminary hearings” for a settlement in both cases.

A hearing for the arrested cast was also scheduled for April 26.

Kenneth Quiocho, deputy chief of the Hawaii Police Department, revealed details of the traffic violation and said Tuesday police were responding to a March 19 argument in downtown Hilo in which Miller was said to have been “uncooperative.”

Quiocho said Miller “refused to leave the area and continued to block the sidewalk,” adding that he was subpoenaed for blocking a freeway.

Additional reporting by agencies

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