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Ezra Miller’s Downhill Spiral Takes New Twists

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The ever unfolding saga all around Ezra Miller continues. Amid arrests, a restraining order and allegations of abuse against the actor, two women who say they were abused by Miller have broken their silence in a new Variety report.

The actor expressed his concern in April 2020, when a video surfaced showing Miller abruptly grabbing a woman by the throat in an Icelandic pub. The woman, who has remained anonymous, confirmed the altercation with… Variety in the new report. Other sources told the outlet that the woman had approached Miller prior to the incident; she explained that Variety that she inquired about wounds on the actor’s feet and that they said they were battle scars. She said she then playfully challenged Miller to a fight. The footage shows Miller addressing the smiling woman and asking her, “Do you want to fight? Is that what you’re doing?” The woman told Variety, “I think it’s just fun and games, but it wasn’t.”

Miller can then be seen grabbing the woman by the neck and throwing her to the ground. The woman said that although she reported the incident to the police, she refused to press charges. Carlos Reynir, then a bartender at the Prikið Kaffihús pub in Reykjavík confirmed the story — his second time reprimanding Miller for fighting at the establishment.

Variety also spoke to a woman named nadia (who only used her first name due to privacy concerns) who laid out new allegations against Miller. Nadia claimed that her two-year friendship with Miller, which in the past included consensual sex, turned abusive in her Berlin apartment in February 2022. Miller was reportedly friendly when Nadia invited them to her home, but became agitated when they weren’t allowed to smoke indoors.

“She just finished that,” Nadia said. “I asked them to leave about 20 times, maybe more. They started insulting me. I’m a ‘transphobic piece of shit’. I’m a ‘Nazi’. It got so, so stressful for me. They walked through my house, looked at everything, touched everything and scattered tobacco leaves on the floor, it felt disgusting and very intrusive.”

Miller was eventually convinced to leave Nadia’s house after calling the police. While she told Variety she felt no fear of molestation from Miller, she believed they “could somehow physically assault me,” adding, “I felt totally unsafe.” Variety confirmed Nadia’s account with five sources who spoke to her after the alleged incident. She filed a complaint against Miller with the German prosecutor’s office in Berlin in April. Although the prosecutor was investigating a charge against the actor, the office said Variety that the investigation was halted since Miller left Germany. Miller representatives had no comment when contacted Variety. Vanity Fair has contacted an attorney for Miller for comment.

This latest news comes just a week after a rolling stone story revealed that Miller has been housing a 25-year-old mother and her three young children on their property in Vermont since mid-April. rolling stone reported that the property also has a cannabis farm with more plants than are allowed to grow without a permit. Sources with knowledge of the housing situation claimed the 96-acre property has been “an unsafe environment for children” with “unattended weapons” being scattered around the house on the property. The anonymous mother told the outlet that Miller helped her escape an abusive relationship and called the house “a healing haven.” She also claimed the weapons are “stored in an area of ​​the house that the kids never go in” and suggested they are for self-defense. Miller representatives did not respond to: rolling stone‘s request for comment.

These reports follow a pattern of disturbing behavior that the actor showed this year alone. Miller posted a rant on Instagram in January about the Ku Klux Klan seemingly threatening gun violence. They were also arrested twice in Hawaii: in March for disorderly conduct and in April for second-degree assault.

As per an earlier rolling stone has Warner Bros. reportedly taking a hiatus from future projects involving Miller, though the actor has already filmed the upcoming DC Comics movie The flash, which is dated June 23, 2023. Representatives of Miller and Warner Bros. declined to comment on the outlet.

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