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Ezra Miller’s arrest shown in police body cam footage. Actor claims they were attacked.

The actor Ezra Miller appears in police body camera footage from the night of their March arrest in Hawaii.

Miller, who plays The Flash in the DC films, was arrested twice within several weeks in Hawaii, first on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment in connection with an alleged incident at a karaoke bar March 28, then on a charge of second-degree assault April 19 after allegedly throwing a chair at a woman.

The video, obtained by TMZ and The Daily Mail, shows Miller, who grew up in Wyckoff and uses they/them pronouns, with police outside the karaoke bar in Hilo, Hawaii.

Police reported in March that Miller, who lives in Vermont, had allegedly yelled obscenities and become upset when people sang the Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper song “Shallow” at the karaoke bar. They said Miller allegedly grabbed the microphone from a woman in the middle of a song and allegedly lunged at a man playing darts. The actor was released after posting $500 bail.

In the body camera footage, a man tells police he was playing darts when Miller, 29, allegedly spit in his face.

Miller claims they were assaulted. They can be heard telling police that they record video when they are attacked for the purposes of “NFT crypto art.” Miller said they were filming an alleged assault at the bar that night.

“Tell me your name and your badge number!” Miller repeatedly shouts at police while backing away from officers.

“I’m being arrested for disorderly conduct?” Miller asks as they are handcuffed, again alleging that they were assaulted. At one point, they attempt to apologize to police.

“The guy in that bar declared himself as a Nazi,” Miller tells police. “I have it on film and he attacked me.”

“I claim my Ninth Amendment rights to not be unlawfully persecuted for a crime of no designation,” Miller continues. “Disorderly conduct means something I am unguilty of. I claim my Fourth Amendment rights to not be searched and seized on no probable cause that you will not be able to offer in a court of law.”

Miller repeats this sentiment, then addresses an officer searching them.

“Hey, you just touched my penis, please don’t do that!” Miller says. “I’m transgender nonbinary. I don’t want to be searched by a man.”

As police remove Miller’s belongings and put them in bags, the actor points out one item.

“Those are Nerf guns, just in case you’re worried that those are bullets. Those are Nerf bullets. They are fake and they are a toy.”

Miller also mentions their Flash ring (that the character wears in the DC films) and asks police not to take it from them.

“The Flash ring means a lot to me,” the actor says. “It’s very valuable.”

Miller appears as The Flash, aka Barry Allen, in the DC films “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Justice League” and “Suicide Squad.” They are also set to star as the character in the movie “The Flash,” slated for a 2023 release.

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