Ezra Miller houses mom, 3 kids on farm among guns and weed: Reports – National

Ezra Miller remains at the center of controversy, this time over allegations that the actor is housing a mother and her three young children on a Vermont ranch.

According to reports from Rolling Stone, the living situation is a major concern for the children’s father, who claims guns and marijuana are easily accessible on the property — Miller’s property.

Miller, who is non-binary and uses pronouns, reportedly met the 25-year-old mother in Hilo, Hawaii. She told Rolling Stone that Miller, 29, helped her and her children, ages 1 to 5, escape an “abusive and abusive ex.”

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The father denies the allegations of abuse.

Unable to contact Miller, who has not publicly commented on the situation, Rolling Stone spoke to both the mother and father of the children reportedly housed on the 96-acre property. In addition, two more people with “knowledge of the situation” were interviewed. All sources in the magazine’s report are unnamed.

One of the sources recalled an alleged case where the 1-year-old child found a loose bullet and put it in his mouth.

They also claimed “frequent and heavy” marijuana use in front of the children “with little concern about proper ventilation.”

Rolling Stone viewed video footage that reportedly showed at least eight assault weapons, rifles and pistols openly stored in a living room, with some weapons next to a pile of stuffed animals.

However, the mother claimed that Miller’s ranch was a “healing haven” for the family. They reportedly moved to the farm in Stamford, Vt.

“(Miller) may have firearms for self-defense purposes and they are stored in an area of ​​the house that the kids never go in,” she told Rolling Stone. “My children can be more relaxed in their healing because of the safety and care Ezra has provided for them.”

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Alternatively, the children’s father told the publication that he has a “bad feeling in (his) stomach”. He wants to pick up his kids from Miller’s property.

He claimed to have contacted Vermont’s Department for Children and Families (DCF) to conduct a health check on the children, although information about DCF’s visit is unclear. A social worker told the father that the children ‘looked good’, but that there was ‘more work to do’.

The parents have reportedly had issues in the past. According to Hawaii court records, she continued a domestic violence case against the father in 2021. The case was ended when both parents failed to appear in court.

In April, the father filed his own allegations of abuse against the mother, stating that the children had been removed from Hawaii.

The allegations against Miller are the latest in a string of controversies against the… Justice League actor.

Earlier this month, the parents of an 18-year-old activist and apparent friend of Miller accused the actor of taking care of their child since the age of 12 and supplying the teen with illegal drugs.

According to TMZ, which broke the original story (later confirmed by several outlets), Miller met Gibson while visiting the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota. At the time of their meeting, Gibson was 12 years old and Miller 23.

Gibson’s parents, attorney and activist Chase Iron Eyes and pediatrician Sara Jumping Eagle, have filed the court documents for a protective injunction at the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court.

Gibson has made several public statements declaring the actor’s innocence, claiming that Miller “offered only loving support and priceless protection.”

Gibson later released a video confirming the written statement. There had been speculation that it was written by Miller.

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Miller was also arrested twice in Hilo, where they were the subject of at least 10 calls to local police.

This handout image provided by the Hawai’i Police Department features Ezra Miller in a photo of a police booking following his arrest for disorderly conduct and harassment on March 28, 2022, in Hilo, Hawaii.

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The first arrest was made at a karaoke bar where Miller was accused of disorderly conduct. They pleaded no contest and were ordered to pay a fine of US$500.

In the second arrest, Miller was charged with assault for allegedly throwing a chair at a 26-year-old woman, leaving a half-inch cut on her forehead.

This undated photo from the Hawaii Police Department features actor Ezra Miller. Miller, known for playing the Flash in ‘Justice League’ movies, was arrested on assault charges. Police say Miller became furious after being asked to leave a house on the Big Island and threw a chair and hit a woman on the head. It is Miller’s second arrest on the Big Island in recent weeks.

Hawaii Police Department through AP

The future of the actor’s film projects, namely involvement with DC and Warner Bros., is unclear. Miller previously played Barry Allen/The Flash in the company’s superhero franchise and would star in the upcoming The flash film, which has completed production and has delayed its release until next year.

In April, amid Miller’s arrests, DC and Warner Bros. announced that projects involving Miller are currently on hold.

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