The popular actor Ezra Miller allegedly filmed their latest assault “for NFT crypto art”. The news comes after yet another violent incident; this time, the star was arrested for allegedly spitting on a bar patron.
What did Ezra Miller film for their NFT content?
The police arrested actor Ezra Miller in Hawaii after he was accused of spitting on a bar patron. In exclusive footage of the incident, “The Flash” star also called the alleged victim a “Nazi”. The actor told the police that the person insulted them based on their religion (Miller is Jewish).
Meanwhile, the bar patron claims he was playing darts when Miller suddenly spit on him. The footage of the arrest also features Ezra angrily asking the police officers to show their badge numbers.
Furthermore, Miller told the police this is their second experience of this kind at that location. Surprisingly, the actor has footage evidence too – but why?
“I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art,” Ezra Miller said in a statement.
Did the actor release any NFTs yet?
At this moment, there’s no evidence suggesting that Ezra Miller released any NFTs. However, their latest incident in Hawaii might make for a one-of-a-kind collectible.
If Miller drops their own NFT collection, they will join the long list of celebrities already on the market. For example, Chris Brown launched his debut NFT collection: “The Auracle”. The digital artworks feature a superhero with time-traveling powers.