Where is Ezra Miller: Still Filming Flash Scenes
Are you looking for “Where is Ezra Miller” news? Second, you can review the shocking accusations below. The Wrap reports that Miller is still filming new Flash scenes despite allegations of grooming, violence, and manipulation of minors. After a “very positive” meeting with studio executives, Miller “shot a day of pickups last week on the Warner Bros. lot” for the DC film.
This follows Vanity Fair’s September bombshell. That report provided new details about Miller’s supposed spiral and answered the question on everyone’s mind: why is Warner Bros. still releasing The Flash?! Miller apologized! Miller “apologized for the negative PR in person and expressed renewed commitment” at the studio’s Burbank headquarters. Miller was described as “the next Messiah” who believed “the Freemasons were sending demons out to kill” them in the rest of the Vanity Fair story.
Rolling Stone said that Vermont State police could not discover a mother and her three children living in hazardous conditions at Miller’s farm. Police sought to serve the mother an emergency care order to remove the children from Miller’s property.
According to Vermont State Police, Miller was charged with criminal burglary for repeatedly contacting the mother. (After police found several bottles of alcohol stolen from a residence). After reviewing security footage, they determined probable cause to charge Miller, who was cited to appear in Vermont Superior Court in late September.
Ezra Miller’s Charges:
Rolling Stone reported on June 23 that Miller has been hosting a mother and her three young children at their Vermont farm, with multiple sources claiming unsafe living conditions. The 25-year-old mother told Rolling Stone the ranch “after leaving an abusive relationship. The children’s father, who opposes the living arrangement, said, “I got a bad feeling in my stomach. I want to get my kids—they’re everything to me.”
Two sources told Rolling Stone that Miller’s 96-acre farm had “unattended guns strewn around the home.” One child allegedly ate a bullet. A social worker visited the home and told the children’s father they “looked good” but needed “more work.”
On June 8, TMZ reported that Miller had groomed Tokata Iron Eyes since he was 12. Miller’s farm report followed. In court documents obtained by People, Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle claimed that Miller “took an immediate and apparently innocent liking” to Tokata and manipulated their daughter for years. Case and Sara claimed Miller gave Tokata marijuana, LSD, and alcohol as a teenager.
According to court documents, Miller offered to pay Tokata’s college tuition through the Quiet organization. Tokata dropped out of school in December and traveled with Miller to Vermont, New York City, Los Angeles, and Hawaii. In the complaint, Chase and Sara said Miller “uses violence, intimidation, threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions and drugs to hold sway over a young adolescent Tokata.”
Tokata Iron Eyes defended Miller on Instagram amid the allegations. People said that Tokata’s parents “question whether they wrote the statement” because he doesn’t have a phone.
On August 4, Business Insider released a chilling report that addressed most of the star’s allegations. Melkorka Licea and Katie Warren’s tale must be read. It’s tough to summarize the findings without diluting them, but this is as near as the tale gets:
“Insider has spoken with 14 people who had recent contacts with Miller in which the actor had frightening emotional outbursts, carried firearms, or left them feeling unsafe. Miller allegedly targeted impressionable young women and nonbinary persons to dominate and separate from their family. Miller sometimes slept with them. During a two-month stay in Iceland in 2020, Miller was accused of conducting a cult from an Airbnb.
Miller is accused of slamming an Uber door so forcefully on Sara Jumping Eagle, who was trying to fetch her daughter, 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes, whom Miller had groomed, that she needed medical attention. In Iceland, Business Insider describes Miller’s “makeshift commune, their lectures on spirituality, and their emotional outbursts, allegations began to circulate in Reykjavík that the actor was conducting a cult.”
The study also details a disturbing series of incidences involving an 11-year-old nonbinary child, now 12. The child’s mother said the actor “showed an inappropriate interest in her 11-year-old,” complimenting “the child’s style and maturity level and inquired whether they were interested in creating a clothing brand together.” The 12-year-old tells Insider, “I wanted it. It sounded great. The mother got Miller a harassment-protection order.
After Warner Bros. canceled Batgirl, followers on social media pointed out the obvious. That The Flash debuts as planned despite all this?
Warner Bros. vs. Ezra Miller?
Miller’s two Hawaii arrests this spring sparked studio worries. Miller was arrested for second-degree assault at a Puna residence early on April 20 by the Hawaii Police Department. “During the course of their investigation, police learned that the subject, later identified as Ezra Miller, grew furious after being asked to leave and apparently threw a chair, striking a 26-year-old female on the forehead, resulting in an approximate half-inch gash,” the release said.
Second arrest. According to the Associated Press, Miller was detained at a Hawaii karaoke bar in March. Hawaii Police Assistant Chief Kenneth Quiocho told the AP that Miller objected to patrons singing “Shallow” from The Star is Born. Miller “grabbed a mic from a singing woman and lunged at a man playing darts” before being charged with disorderly conduct and harassment, the AP reported. Incidents continued. March police calls involved Miller.
The same AP piece about Miller’s detention disclosed two Hawaii citizens’ court complaints against him. Miller “came into the petitioner(s) bedroom and threatened” the claimed male victim by “saying ‘I will bury you and your slut wife.'”
The occupants obtained a restraining order against them (Miller’s pronouns are they/them) and claimed Miller stole their passport and wallet. The AP reported two weeks later that the two dismissed the restraining order against Miller. William Dean, the residents’ lawyer, wouldn’t say why they lifted the restraining order.
According to Rolling Stone, Warner Bros. execs met regarding Miller’s future before the second arrest. Rolling Stone claims Miller experienced “meltdowns” while filming The Flash. While “there was no yelling or violent outbursts,” a source said Miller was “losing it.” “Ezra would think, ‘I don’t know what I’m doing.'” On March 30, studio management halted Miller’s further initiatives. (Miller stars in Fantastic Beasts.)
Miller has since apologized to the executives in person, as Vanity Fair reports and we noted above. As reported, the studio has authorized reshoots.
Ezra Miller’s Response to the Allegations?
Miller’s representative gave Variety a late statement in mid-August. “I now acknowledge that I am battling complex mental health issues and have commenced continuing treatment,” Miller stated. I apologize for my prior actions. I will endeavor to return to a healthy, safe, and productive life.”
Ezra Miller’s Allegations: DCEU’s Future?
Deadline reported before Miller’s apology to Warner Bros. that Miller will leave the DCEU’s big-screen Flash after the 2023 picture.
Whether Warner Bros. keeps or replaces Miller, this condition will continue until June 23, 2023, when The Flash premieres. We’ll update this article if further details emerge.