Ezra Miller as The Flash in "Zack Snyder's Justice League." Photo courtesy of Warner Media

Warner source rebukes ’emergency meeting’ held in wake of Ezra Miller arrest

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According to an IGN article, a Warner Bros. source has refuted the “emergency meeting” reported yesterday by Rolling Stone as an exaggeration.

Rolling Stone initially reported that a “knowledgeable source” said a joint decision was made to pause any future projects with Miller, including possible appearances in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU).

Despite this, sources still state that Miller has been going through some severe personal issues. Miller was arrested in Hawaii on March 28 for disorderly conduct and harassment.

“The Flash” star faced a temporary restraining order filed by a couple that claimed Miller stormed into their bedroom and threatened them. 

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