Ezra Miller appears to be relaxed and unbothered these days despite their laundry list of legal woes.
The actor, who goes by they/them, was photographed hanging out with their mother, Marta Miller, on the porch of their Vermont home on Monday — one day after their third arrest of the year.
The “Flash” star, 29, is now sporting a full mustache, which curved upward along the toothless grin they flashed the paps. They did not even stand up from their chair or put down their phone for the impromptu encounter.
Marta, however, was apparently not as OK with the situation, as photographers captured her shooting up from her seat and grimacing while seemingly shouting in their direction. One picture posted by the Daily Mail even showed her mid-sentence with a disapproving pointer finger in the air.
On Sunday, Ezra was charged with felony burglary into an unoccupied dwelling for allegedly breaking into a house in Stamford, Vt., and stealing several bottles of alcohol back in May.
The “Perks of Being a Wallflower” star was also arrested twice in Hawaii — once in March for disorderly conduct, to which they pleaded no contest, and again the following month for allegedly throwing a chair at a woman.
Vermont State Police cited Ezra with the burglary charge during one of their visits to the actor’s Stamford estate to attempt to locate the young family he’s allegedly been housing since mid-April.
According to Rolling Stone, officers were looking for the 25-year-old mother and her three children — aged 5, 4 and 1 — to serve her an emergency care order requested by the State Attorney’s office, which demanded the kids’ removal from both the property and her care.
The order was reportedly drafted for fear of the children’s safety, as Ezra’s farm is allegedly littered with firearms, ammunition and marijuana.
Having a “bad feeling in [his] stomach,” the kids’ father contacted the Vermont Department for Children and Families and local police in mid-May.
In June, the mom insisted to Rolling Stone that Ezra provided “a safe environment for [her] three very young children.”
However, the “Fantastic Beasts” star allegedly told cops over the weekend that the family hadn’t lived there in months, which the State Attorney’s office said seemed like an attempt to “evade service” of the order.
VSP officers believe the actor may be concealing the family’s whereabouts.
Rolling Stone also noted that the mother was posting daily on social media from the property until mid-July when her account went dark and appeared to be deleted.
Reps for the actor have not responded to our numerous requests for comment.