Controversy continues to surround Fantastic Beasts and DC actor, Ezra Miller. Since their arrest in March of this year, a pandora’s box of legal controversies have surrounded Miller. Warner Bros is currently caught in the middle of rumours regarding the actor. Most recent reports allege that Miller was fired and won’t be reprising their role as The Flash.
So, What Happened?
Miller is facing allegations of abuse and harassment by TikToker Mia Solange, with whom Miller apparently was in a relationship with in 2019. These allegations appeared following Miller’s arrest for disorderly conduct and harassment in Hawaii on March 28th of this year. At a karaoke bar, Miller attacked a man playing darts and grabbed the microphone from a woman singing.
They were also arrested for second-degree assault in Hawaii. Miller reportedly threw a chair at a 26-year-old female’s head resulting in an injury. Allegedly, Miller was angry for being asked to leave the get-together. A string of run-ins with Hawaii law enforcement this year put forward questions about Miller’s future at Warner Bros.
However, Miller’s troubles with the law do not end with his run-ins with the police department. Mia Solange claims that they were physically assaulted by Miller and has provided photos of bite marks left by Miller on their thighs.
As if these claims aren’t bad enough, Miller has also been accused by the parents of Tokata Iron Eyes of grooming their daughter from the age of 12 onwards. Miller allegedly supplied Tokata with drugs and alcohol when she was 14 years old. Tokata’s parents claim that 25-year-old Miller tried to sleep in the same bed as 14-year-old Tokata.
Tokata’s parents have taken to the internet to expose Miller’s behaviours and state that:
“Ezra uses violence, intimidation, threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs to hold sway over a young adolescent Tokata.”
However, Tokata has responded to her parent’s claims about Miller. On Instagram Tokata uploaded a post counteracting her parents’ narrative of abuse, stating:
“My comrade Ezra Miller for the entirety of the aforementioned era has only provided loving support and invaluable protection throughout this period of loss. I am in no way, or any circumstance have ever been during my short-lived adulthood, in need of a conservatorship.”
Although Tokata has rejected claims of Miller abusing and grooming her, Miller’s future remains uncertain with Warner Bros. Despite Tokata’s support for them, Miller is still facing legal battles and allegations of abuse. Time will only tell.
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