“The Flash” star Ezra Miller is seeking treatment for mental health issues after apologizing Monday for recent troubling behavior.
After a series of run-ins with the law and several incidents involving erratic behavior, Miller admitted needing treatment for ongoing mental health issues, according to TMZ. “Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment,” Miller said, according to the outlet.
Ezra Miller is finally addressing what many have believed were significant mental health issues … this after months of erratic behavior and run-ins with the law. https://t.co/z2Przza1we
— TMZ (@TMZ) August 16, 2022
Concern has been growing for Miller after the star’s unruly behavior led to a series of arrests in Hawaii and Vermont, and interactions with police, some of which were caught on camera, according to TMZ.
In one instance, Miller was captured on video choking a woman in a bar in Iceland, according to the outlet. The actor was also accused of housing a young woman and her children in Vermont, while leaving marijuana, bullets and guns strewn about carelessly, according to RollingStone. (RELATED: ‘It Felt Disgusting And Very Intrusive’: Two Of Ezra Miller’s Alleged Victims Share Their Experiences)
EXCLUSIVE: Ezra Miller has broken their silence about the troubling behavior that they have exhibited in recent years, which has led to a series of legal issues and assault and abuse allegations. Miller also apologized for their actions. https://t.co/5XOu0UIUKY pic.twitter.com/VrabyRJEos
— Variety (@Variety) August 16, 2022
Just last week, Miller was accused of burglary after reportedly stealing bottles of alcohol from a Stamford, Vermont home.
Miller’s agents and friends have reportedly been urging the star to seek treatment, according to TMZ.
“I want to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior,” Miller said, according to the outlet. “I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe and productive stage in my life.”