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‘Just Fun and Games, But Then It Wasn’t’: Woman Ezra Miller Tried Choking Claims They Shouted ‘Do You Want To Fight?’


Ezra Miller’s extraordinary rise in the business of fame, talent, and popularity began with their appearance in the 2011 breakout movie, We Need To Talk About Kevin. The meteorite ascension to the top tier of the film franchises and production houses was then followed by a slow, calculated downfall. Their recent degradation into the pitfalls of inhumane activity keeps unraveling one shocking encounter after the next.

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Despite their brilliant career streak and an impressive start, somewhere between 2012 and 2020, the actor’s behavior shifted from the normative “good” to a more dangerous and volatile spectrum. Soon after the onset of the pandemic era, they racked up multiple assault charges in Hawaii, another in Iceland, a trespassing charge in Germany, and two protection orders against them were filed by the parents of two teenagers in the US.

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The erratic volatility did not begin as such. Rather it was a slow and unwary descent into a disturbing streak of assault that kept stockpiling even halfway around the world. During the filming of Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, the cast and crew halted production due to the viral outbreak in the UK. During the same time, Miller became a frequented patron at one of the pubs in the Viking capital of Reykjavik.

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Their stay in Iceland was marked by two separate altercations and assault charges at one of the local pubs. Two years later, in Germany, Miller was invited to the Berlin apartment of a friend who they had maintained a friendship with from 2020 to 2022 via text message. Over the course of the evening, Miller grew more volatile calling the woman a “transphobic piece of shit” and a “Nazi” after she refused them to smoke indoors.

Although the woman wasn’t in any immediate danger of physical assault, she felt unsafe after the actor kept walking around the house, picking up things, touching everything, and dropping tobacco everywhere. The event was disturbing, stressful, and invasive claimed the woman.

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Icelandic Woman Opens Up About the Ezra Miller Assault

In an altercation at a Reyjavik pub, Miller was involved in a verbal argument followed by assaulting another fellow local patron and had to be stopped by Carlos Reynir, then a barkeep at the Prikið Kaffihús. After Miller’s apology and both parties disregarded the matter as a joke, the actor kept frequenting the place.

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Soon after this incident, a local woman during a conversation with Miller at the same pub challenged that she could take them in a fight. What began as an unwitting joke was soon turned around when Miller confronted the woman outside and shouted, “Do you want to fight? Is that what you do?” They then grabbed her neck and threw her to the ground. The woman who clearly was not aware of what was going to happen was taken aback and the person filming the video had to quickly intervene before the situation escalated any further.

The woman opened up to Variety saying, “I think it’s just fun and games — but then it wasn’t.”

Source: Variety

Written by Diya Majumdar

Having graduated with honors in literature from Miranda House, Diya Majumdar now has more than 1200 published articles on Fandomwire, and her passion and profession both include dissecting the world of cinema. She happens to be a liberally opinionated person with an overbearing love for Monet, Edvard Munch, and Van Gogh, and an obsessive collection of Spotify playlists