Ezra Miller Opens Up After Harassment order is lifted

After a temporary harassment injunction was removed against him in The Flash,

Ezra Miller was the focus of a deceptive individual's provocative comment.

Miller, who does not identify with either gender,

said the order was revoked because of their previous aggressive conduct.

Miller, a person who does not identify with a binary gender,

has been accused of harmful behavior and harassment in the past.

Miller's attorney denied the charges,

saying his client had only fleeting interactions with the minor and was never left alone with the kid.

Miller exhorts journalists to stop pandering for clicks and start reporting the news.

With a global total of $245 million, the picture is expected to result in a loss for Warner Bros.

Miller reportedly did not show up to the international premiere,

but Variety claims the company already has a completed screenplay.