Actor Ezra Miller has been accused of harboring young children in unsafe conditions, according to a new report.
Rolling Stone magazine claims that Miller (who is not binary and uses their pronouns) hosts a 25-year-old mother and her three young children on the actor’s 39-hectare (96-acre) farm in Vermont.
The arrangement appears to be a concern to the father of the children as well as to others with knowledge of the situation because they think it is unsafe.
Rolling Stone says sources have reported unattended guns lying around the house, with one mentioning a case in which a one-year-old girl was said to have picked up a bullet and put it in her mouth.
Video footage seen by Rolling Stone shows at least eight assault rifles, rifles and pistols lying around the living room, with some of the weapons propped up next to a pile of stuffed animals.
Journal sources also claim frequent and heavy marijuana use in front of children, with little concern about proper ventilation. Miller is said to run a cannabis farm on the property.
However, the children’s mother claims that Miller “finally helped me… get a safe environment for my three very young children”, apart from her “violent and abusive ex-husband”.
“[Ezra’s] The ranch house was a healing haven for us,” she told Rolling Stone. “They may have firearms for self-defense purposes and are stored in a part of the house that children never enter… My children are able to relax more in recovery because of the safety and care that Ezra provides. for them. “
Since mid-April, Miller has provided housing on the farm for the mother and her children, ages one to five. Miller first met the family the previous month, while he was in Hawaii, where the actor has also been arrested twice, once for disorderly conduct and harassment and again for second-degree assault.
The father of the three children now inhabits Miller says the actor took them and their mother out of Hawaii without his knowledge, and that he hasn’t been able to talk to them since.
After Miller returned to the mainland, a temporary protection order was issued against Miller on behalf of activist Tokata Iron Eyes after the 18-year-old’s parents told a court that Miller had influenced their child through “violence, intimidation, threats of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions and drugs.”
Also in June 2022, a mother and her 12-year-old child were granted a temporary harassment prevention order against Miller in Massachusetts, after allegedly inappropriate behavior.
Miller is best known for his leading role as a troubled kid who commits a school massacre in We Need to Talk About Kevin, and as Flash in the DC Justice League and Batman films. The scheduled release next year for that indie movie, The Flash, looks increasingly uncertain, as Warner Bros. executives appear to hold crisis meetings to determine the film’s fate.
Representatives of the actor declined to comment.