The controversy surrounding Ezra Miller became more intense when Daily Beast reported that he displayed erratic behavior around a mother and her 12-year old nonbinary child. Later, the actor got into trouble with authorities after they were issued restraining orders in Massachusetts for harassment prevention purposes on Wednesday.
In February, the mother and her child were at a neighbor’s house before Miller arrived. The actor wearing the bulletproof vest went on to talk about Rastafarian roots of Parcheesi.
When someone questioned the actor about which sect of Rastafari movement the game originated from, things took an unexpected turn for the worse.
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Miller opened their jacket to one side, revealing a gun and said: “Talking like that could get you into a really serious situation.”
Then, Miller turned to the then-11 year old child and gave them an uncomfortable hug. He touched their hips before asking them to follow him on Instagram.
“They automatically were just weirdly drawn to me and kept talking about how they love my outfit and love my style, and kept going on and on about how it was great,” said the child. “It was really uncomfortable. I was really nervous. I was scared to be around them after they’d yelled at my mother and she was crying.”
Ezra Miller is reported to have yelled at the mom, asking if she wanted to drink some of their blood. The actor eventually apologized for their behavior.
The actor was last seen in a cowboy outfit on June 4th at the residence, but since then it has been unclear where they have gone following the scandal last week.
Miller has been accused of grooming Tokata Iron Eye since 2016. The parents said that he displayed cult-like behavior and manipulated their daughter to come out as nonbinary transgender person.
Sara Jumping Eagle, the mother of Tokata, took to Twitter and said that they are living in a nightmare due to Ezra Miller.
“#EzraMiller is Manson Wannabe – needs to be stopped before they hurt more people #WarnerBros #WarnerBrothers #TrashtheFlash #MniWiconi #NoDAPL #MMIW,” Sara tweeted, attaching a link to a Marca article that likened Miller’s behavior to cult leader Charles Manson.