Ezra Miller, star of "Fantastic Beasts" and "The Flash," to plead guilty in Vermont case.
Accused of stealing alcohol from a neighbor's pantry, facing a reduced charge of trespassing.
Two other charges were dropped as part of the plea deal, facing a maximum sentence of 90 days.
Prosecutors also recommend probation and fine for the actor.
Miller has faced a series of legal issues and controversies in the past year.
Including being arrested in Hawaii and accused of choking a woman.
Miller apologized and stated they would undergo mental health treatment.
He is set to star in the upcoming "The Flash" solo film, releasing on June 23.
Miller's court appearance for the plea is scheduled for Friday in Bennington County Superior Criminal Court.