‘Intentional Hate Crime’: Bodycam Catches Actor Demanding Police Use Chosen Pronouns During Arrest

In police body-camera footage of Miller’s arrest in Hawaii — obtained by Fox News Digital — the “Flash” star, 29, responded to one officer who called them “sir” by explaining to police, “I’m sorry, I’m not a sir. I’m transgender non-binary. Please don’t call me a sir.”

The officer relayed to Miller he “was just trying to be respectful,” to which the actor replied, “If you fail to do that again, that is an act of intentional bigotry and it is an intentional hate crime per U.S. federal law.”

“Please call me ‘they/them/theirs,’ you can use the term ‘Mx.’… if you prefer,” Miller declared to the officer.

Miller was arrested on March 28 and was charged with disorderly conduct and harassment stemming from incidents that took place at a local karaoke bar, the Hawaii Police Department confirmed to Fox News Digital at the time. (Read more from “‘Intentional Hate Crime’: Bodycam Catches Actor Demanding Police Use Chosen Pronouns During Arrest” HERE)

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