• Surveillance tapes show the actor stealing alcohol from a house in Vermont
  • Miller was accused of housing three kids in unsafe conditions on his property
  • 'The Flash' will release in 2023 despite reports of the actor's erratic behavior

In the latest incident involving the beleaguered star, Ezra Miller of "The Flash", he has been charged with felony burglary in Stamford, Vermont, authorities said.

Miller was apprehended a little before midnight Sunday, in connection to a complaint made against the actor on May 1, according to Variety.

The 29-year-old is accused of stealing several bottles of alcohol from a property while the owners were away. Officials from the Vermont State Police responded to a burglary report in Stamford on May 1 at around 5.55 p.m.

Cops reviewed security footage that caught Miller in the act and spoke with witnesses before charging him, USA Today reported. It was unclear if the actor knew any of the residents of the house.

The "Fantastic Beasts" star, who adopts they/them pronouns, has been at the center of scandals for the greater part of this year. Miller was detained in March for unruly behavior and ultimately decided not to challenge the charge.

This spring, Miller was detained twice in Hawaii—once for disruptive behavior and harassment and again for second-degree assault. They have been accused of mistreating numerous women across the globe, including choking one at an Icelandic bar and harassing another in her Berlin home.

Miller was housing a mother and three kids at their farm earlier this year, and according to Rolling Stone, sources believe the living conditions at the actor's property are unsafe for children. There were allegedly guns laying around and a one-year-old put a loose bullet in her mouth.

Miller's erratic behavior has Twitter amused by their ability to commit crimes across the U.S. One user tweeted, "At this point, I'd be more interested in a film about Ezra Miller's descent into madness than the Flash movie."

While Twitter is buzzing with memes after the recent charge against Miller, the concern of whether or not the standalone "Flash" movie would be released in theatres next year has persisted throughout the actor's many arrests and scandals.

"The Flash" is reportedly still on the charts to be released. Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav told Variety, "We have seen 'The Flash,' 'Black Adam' and 'Shazam 2.' We are very excited about them. We've seen them. We think they are terrific, and we think we can make them even better."

Requests for comments regarding the Vermont felony complaint against Miller were not immediately answered by Miller's lawyers. The current release date for "The Flash" is June 23, 2023, faced with a number of delays.