'He deserves prison': Internet slams Ezra Miller's 'puny' $500 fine after actor DODGES burglary charge

'He deserves prison': Internet slams Ezra Miller's 'puny' $500 fine after actor DODGES burglary charge
Ezra Miller has reportedly agreed to plead guilty in the Vermont Burglary case but netizens are furious that he just has to $500 as fine with no prison time (Photo by Getty Images/Getty Images for Dior)

STAMFORD, VERMONT: Ezra Miller, 28, was charged with felony burglary related to an incident that occurred on May 1, 2022, after the Vermont State Police were notified of a complaint regarding missing alcohol bottles from a residence in the locality. In October 2022, Miller pleaded not guilty to the accusations. They are now expected to plead guilty to trespassing, getting themselves a deal that could reduce their prison sentence from 26 years to just 90 days. The actor had also been accused of grooming teenagers.

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NBC News reported that a clerk for Vermont Superior Court confirmed that the parties affected have agreed to drop the burglary and larceny charges and the 'Fantastic Beasts' star is expected to enter a guilty plea on Friday, January 13, in Bennington County Superior Criminal Court. Documents obtained by the outlet showed that Miller could face 89 to 90 days in a suspended sentence, as well as a year’s probation and a $500 fine. The police explained that several bottles of alcohol were taken from within the residence while the homeowners were not present. The investigation included surveillance videos and statements. Hence, probable cause was found to charge the 'Flash' star. Miller has previously addressed the controversies saying, "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." Netizens, however, are not happy with the deal.

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'People have had worse for traffic offences'

An angry user wrote, "Have to respect that he’s doing his time but $500? Too low imo." Another user said, "$500? I mean I get it, it’s only based on the actual crime regardless of who commits it, but still. Pretty much $5." One more user said, "The American justice system ladies and gentlemen. Where a celebrity can commit foul acts and be charged 500!?!" One disappointed person tweeted, "Is that it? Wow! A slap on the wrist and $500. People have had worse for traffic offences. #privilege." Another person said, "No not $500 that's so much no way he can pay that." Another user said, "That's incredibly disappointing. And just shows what punishment you get if you happen to be a celebrity you get nothing. He absolutely deserves prison time."

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