It's been a rollercoaster couple of years for Ezra Miller.

The actor - who is non-binary - made their first public appearance in almost two years last night when they attended the premiere of DC's 'The Flash' in Los Angeles.

Miller plays the titular Flash in the film and last night should have been one of the biggest nights of their career - but their personal life has been beset by allegations of misconduct and abuse over the last couple of years.

In 2020, Miller was seen choking a woman outside a bar in Iceland, although no charges were brought against them. They were later arrested in Hawaii twice in the space of a few weeks - once for disorderly conduct and harassment at a karaoke bar, and later for throwing a chair at a woman, causing a cut to her head. They pleaded 'no contest' to the former charge and paid a $500 fine. Last year, they were arrested in Vermont and charged with felony burglary, after their involvement in the burglary of a private residence.

Last summer, parents of an 18-year-old woman requested an order of protection for their daughter against Miller, claiming they had used "violence, intimidation, threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs" to manipulate their daughter - who met Miller when he was 23 and she was 12.

Miller issued a statement late last year explaining how they were seeking help for their "complex mental health issues."

With Warner choosing to continue to roll out the film despite the controversies, he made an appearance on the red carpet for 'The Flash' premiere last night and during a short speech made a point of thanking various studio heads from Warner Bros. and DC Studios for "your grace and discernment and care in the context of my life. And in bringing this moment to fruition."

Miller also paid tribute to 'Flash' director Andy Muschietti, who introduced them on the red carpet - although he did not speak to the press, who were told that the premiere was the only PR commitment that Miller would be undertaking for the film. "I love you, maestro," Miller told Muschietti. "I think you’re amazing, and I think your work is monumental."

They did sign autographs for fans, however, while Miller's co-stars Ben Affleck and Jessica Chastain were also in attendance.