Ezra Miller Statement Following His Expired Harassment Order

Ezra Miller Following His Expired Harassment Order

Ezra Miller, known for his role as The Flash, has finally broken his silence regarding a harassment order he previously received, which has officially expired in Massachusetts.

The order originated from allegations made by Shannon Guin, who accused Miller of inappropriate behavior towards her non-binary child and harassment toward her family, as reported by The Daily Beast last summer. It’s important to note that no criminal charges were ever filed against Miller about these claims.

The Flash actor’s attorney, Marrissa Elkins, asserts that the child’s mother initiated all interactions between Miller and the child. Additionally, the reports suggesting that Miller brandished a firearm in the child’s presence were vehemently denied by both Miller and their attorney, as reported by Deadline.

In a statement, Elkins revealed that the original order sought by Shannon Guin on behalf of her minor child was based on false allegations. Elkins expressed frustration that these unfounded claims were made while Miller was grappling with significant mental health issues and could not attend court to defend themselves against the accusations. Elkins further stated that had Miller been able to present their side of the story last year, detailing the limited nature of their interactions with Ms. Guin, the original order would likely never have been issued.

Ezra Miller also released a full statement regarding the whole situation:

I’m encouraged by today’s outcome and very grateful at this moment to everyone who has stood beside me and sought to ensure that this egregious misuse of the protective order system was halted. Protective orders are meant to provide safety for individuals, families, and children who are in danger. They are not meant to be used as weapons by those seeking attention or fleeting tabloid fame or some sort of personal vengeance when there are people in true and dire need of these services. I have been unjustly and directly targeted by an individual who the facts have shown has a history of such manipulative and destructive actions. I implore those members of the media who have recklessly spread false claims and failed to accurately report the truth and context of this story, to hold themselves to a higher standard and take the time to find the facts, rather than chasing the clicks. On a personal note, I want everyone to know that I am continuing to do my best to preserve my own wellness and what I can to reverse the collateral damage this ordeal has brought upon me and those close to me. Finally, to all you many beings in this world who have had the enormous courage to see me through it all and make it here with me – I will spend a long time trying to explain to you what it has meant to have your support. You have my undying gratitude, admiration, and love.”

Every Crime Ezra Miller Has Committed:

Disorderly conduct

While filming The Perks of Being a Wallflower in 2011, Ezra Miller was a passenger in a car that was pulled over by Pittsburgh police for a broken brake light. During the incident, 20 grams of mar!juana was found in Miller’s possession, resulting in charges of dr*g possession. 

However, a judge dismissed the charges and instead issued two citations of disorderly conduct, which carried a fine of $600. In response, Miller commented, “I don’t see the need to conceal that I use mar!juana. It’s a harmless natural substance that enhances sensory perception.”

Strangling incident

In April 2020, a video emerged on a now-deleted tweet that appeared to show Ezra Miller choking and throwing a woman to the ground at Prikið Kaffihús, a bar in Reykjavík, Iceland, that Miller frequents. 

Variety confirmed the video’s authenticity, and a bar employee confirmed that the person in the video was Miller, who was later escorted out of the premises. In September 2022, Miller’s representative claimed that the incident was a spontaneous reaction to “a group of teenagers” who were taunting Miller about their mixed martial arts abilities.

Hawaii arrests

In March 2022, Ezra Miller was arrested in Hawaii for disorderly conduct and harassment after a physical altercation with customers at a karaoke bar, which followed Miller’s use of obscenities toward the patrons. Miller later claimed that they had been provoked by a “N*zi” and accused the police of committing a hate crime after being misgendered during the arrest.

Miller was arrested during a traffic stop in Keaau just 20 minutes after the attack. Three weeks later, Miller was arrested for second-degree assault after allegedly throwing a chair at a private gathering in Pāhoa, which resulted in a half-inch cut on a woman’s forehead. Following the second arrest, Miller pleaded no contest to the karaoke incident and was fined $500 for disorderly conduct by Judge Kanani Laubach on the same day.

Relationship with Tokata Iron Eyes

In June 2022, a temporary order of protection against Miller was issued by the Standing Rock Sioux tribal court on behalf of 18-year-old activist Tokata Iron Eyes, who had been in a relationship with Miller since she was 12 years old. 

Iron Eyes’ parents claimed that Miller had used violence, dr*gs, and manipulation to control their child. Iron Eyes denied the allegations in a video response, but her parents stated they did not control her social media account. 

Miller has not been located to serve the order, and in August, a former music collaborator of Miller’s stated that they witnessed verbal abuse towards Iron Eyes. Miller allegedly believed that their relationship with Iron Eyes was part of a larger spiritual plan.

Harassment allegations

In June 2022, a mother and her twelve-year-old child were granted a temporary harassment prevention order against Miller in Massachusetts. They alleged that Miller, who was originally visiting a neighbor, showed up at the family’s house unexpectedly while wearing a bulletproof vest and brandishing a gun before uncomfortably touching the child’s back. 

Miller had known the family since February, showed an interest in the child’s “style and maturity level,” and had offered to start a clothing line with the child and fund their attendance at a design school. The mother also stated that Miller considered the child to be a powerful “mystical being” and attempted to buy their horses.

Vermont farm incidents

According to Rolling Stone, Miller has been housing a woman and her three children on their farm in Stamford, Vermont, since mid-April 2022. The woman alleges that Miller has offered a refuge for healing and an escape from the children’s abusive father. 

Allegations from both anonymous and named sources, as well as the children’s father, include that guns and ammunition are easily accessible to the children, aged 1–5 years old, and that the one-year-old put a loose bullet in her mouth. 

Further claims include assault rifles being propped up on piles of the children’s stuffed animals and “heavy mar!juana use,” with people smoking mar!juana in front of the children in rooms without proper ventilation. 

On the weekend of August 6, 2022, Vermont State Police attempted to serve the mother an emergency care order that demanded the children’s removal from her care and the home over fear for their safety. Police and social workers could not locate the children or the mother, but evidence shows that the woman had been living with Miller until late July 2022. 

The Vermont State Attorney’s office stated that Miller’s response seemed like an attempt to “evade service” of the order. Rolling Stone reported that Miller has been running a large, unlicensed mar!juana cultivation operation.

Burglary charge

Miller was charged with felony burglary in Stamford, Vermont, on August 7, 2022, for allegedly stealing bottles of alcohol from a private home in May 2022. Police identified Miller via video surveillance footage, and he was due to be arraigned in court on September 26, 2022. 

However, the arraignment was later postponed to October 17, 2022. On that date, Miller pleaded not guilty to the charges, and the next hearing was scheduled for January 13, 2023. On January 12, 2023, Miller pleaded guilty to trespassing, and the burglary charge was dropped. 

The following day, Miller’s plea was approved by the court. Prior to the arraignment, Miller’s representative stated that Miller believed they were welcome to enter the home to obtain rice wine for cooking since a former childhood friend of Miller’s owns the home.

Treatment for mental health issues

In a statement to Variety on August 15, 2022, a representative of Miller apologized for past behavior, citing recent treatment for “complex mental health issues” following a period of intense crisis. A Vanity Fair article published in September 2022 quoted sources stating that Miller has made claims to be Jesus, the devil, and the next Messiah believed their relationship with Iron Eyes would bring about the apocalypse, and held beliefs that Freemasons were sending demons to kill them.

Via – Wikipedia