Ezra Miller was detained on the Hawaiian island of Oahu on Tuesday, his second arrest in as many months as the actor who plays the Flash in the DC Extended Universe.
Miller was detained for second-degree assault on the Big Island’s lower Puna district, according to the Hawaii Police Department.
Officers were summoned to a private property at 1:10 a.m. to react to a report that Miller had grown upset after being forced to leave a late-night party.
According to authorities, the actor threw a chair, hitting a 26-year-old lady on the forehead and leaving her with a half-inch cut.
Ezar Miller was apprehended around 20 minutes later after being discovered during a traffic stop.
After police talked with the local prosecutor, the actor was freed just after 4 a.m.
“This is an ongoing investigation,” stated cops.
According to the statement, the wounded woman declined care for her injuries.
Miller, 29, was arrested last month after an incident at a pub in Hilo, Hawaii, and charged with disorderly conduct and harassment.
Miller was accused of yelling obscenities at bar patrons who were singing karaoke, grabbing the microphone from one woman, and then lunging at a man playing darts.
The actor was released from bail after posting $500 bail.
Two years ago, Miller was ejected from a bar in Reykjavík, Iceland, after being filmed choking a woman and throwing her to the ground.