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In the aftermath temporary protective order being dropped, The Flash star Ezra Miller is hoping to change the narrative.

While The Flash has been underperforming drastically at the box office, Ezra Miller is doing some damage control now that the temporary protective order against the actor has been dropped.

Ezra Miller took to Instagram on Friday to make a rare public statement. I am encouraged by the outcome of today and grateful to all who stood by me to stop this egregious abuse of the protective orders system. Protective orders are meant to protect individuals, families and kids who are in danger. The orders are not intended to be used by people who are seeking attention, temporary tabloid fame, or personal revenge, but rather to provide safety for those in need. Miller said, “I have been unfairly and directly targeted by someone who has a long history of such manipulative, destructive actions.” Of course Ezra Miller has been plagued with a history of issues unrelated to any creative endeavors, including drug possession, burglary and demanding that Academy Award-winning actress Susan Sarandon pay tribute to the actor at an altar…So, no, we didn’t forget all of the crimes and allegations against Ezra Miller…

Ezra Miller also took time via the Instagram post to try to hold the media responsible for their coverage.

“I implore the members of the media, who have recklessly distributed false claims and failed accurately to report the truth and the context of this story to hold themselves to an even higher standard and take the… This weekend, it fell to eighth place. It has made $99 million in domestic sales. By comparison, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, which had next to no buzz and opened a week earlier finished the weekend at number 5 and has made $136 million to date. Black Adams was largely viewed as a failure, but will end up making at least 50 million more domestically that

The flash which is a shame because it’s a pretty decent movie. Miller has said that we won’t see Barry Allen again, but it is unlikely. How do you think Ezra Miller’s career will recover in the near future, according to you? Do you believe their reputation has been permanently damaged? Let us know your take in the comments section below.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7fkzP2sXo0

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