Ezra Miller has been in legal problems since the beginning of the year, and on Monday in a Vermont court, the actor entered a not-guilty plea to burglary and petit larceny charges, according to Variety. 

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If found guilty of both offences, Miller, who is accused of breaking into a Stamford home in May, could spend up to 26 years in jail.

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Miller is charged with breaking into a Stamford home on May 1. According to reports, Vermont State Police found several missing bottles of alcohol from the property when the owners weren't there after conducting an inquiry. 

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 Police accused Miller of criminal burglary after gathering statements and analysing security footage.

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Variety reports that the total value of the stolen goods was less than $900 according to the petit larceny allegation.

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The actor's lawyer released a statement following his said, "Ezra Miller this morning pled not guilty to one count of burglary and one count of petit larceny in Vermont Superior Court and accepted the court-imposed conditions of not contacting or entering the home of the inhabitants. "

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The lawyers further said, " Ezra would like to acknowledge the love and support they have received from their family and friends, who continue to be a vital presence in their ongoing mental health."  

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The premiere of Miller's DCEU movie The Flash has already been a subject of concern amid news of Miller's legal disputes. However, according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros.

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 Discovery is now moving forward on "many fronts" for its A-List characters, including preparations for The Flash's future as well as a potential return for Henry Cavill's Superman.

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According to reports, a script for The Flash 2 is being written. According to reports, David Leslie and Johnson-McGoldrick wrote the sequel's script. The Flash will debut the next year, in the meantime.

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