“Ezra is Jesus and Tokata is an apocalyptic Native American spider goddess,” an insider said of the stricken actor’s delusions
Ezra Miller, who was on the run and was undeniably outside the reach of the law, is scheduled to face charges of burglary in a Vermont court on September 26. After her arrest in Hawaii, the curve just kept going down. The most shocking controversy the ‘The Flash’ actor has been involved in was the alleged fostering of underage Tokata Iron Eyes and her being taken hostage. Then attention shifted to their paradise in Vermont, which was a haven for them but the opposite for others. Now, some people have decided to come forward and share their inner horror at the Vermont home.
The 29-year-old actor has been under scrutiny for over two years for his constant involvement with the law. From misconduct to restraining orders, the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ franchise actor seems to be in deep trouble. Several insiders have spoken to Vanity Fair about what’s happening at the troubled actor’s home. One such source said, “Ezra is Jesus and Tokata is an apocalyptic Native American spider goddess and their union is meant to bring about the apocalypse and that’s the ‘real’ reason why everyone is so opposed to them being together. They say they’re some kind of messiah, and they’re going to lead an indigenous revolution.” People who have stayed at the actor’s farm in Vermont have claimed that the downward spiral in the actor’s career is due to mental health issues, which are reinforced by the presence of weapons and drugs.
Ezra Miller’s Vermont hideaway
Another insider slammed her fixation on indigenous cultures, saying: “He asserts that he walks this world with indigenous humility and spiritual awareness. Two people also told the outlet that their Vermont home is a mix of bullets, grass, sage and Flash characters. Another insider named Rosie claims to be a partner of the actor and Iron Eyes, who tells VF, “Even though I’ve learned that Ezra is such an asshole, I don’t think it relieved people that were happy to be off Ezra’s plate.” eat until they can’t eat anymore. I think they were probably involved in some really weird abuses of power and celebrity inadvertently. Over the past two years, the sources claim that Miller has referred to himself as both Jesus and the Devil, and fully bonded with the superficial character Flash. According to a source, the actor “believes Flash is the one who is bringing the multiverses together, just like Jesus.”
According to previous reports, since mid-April, the actor has been home to three children and their 23-year-old mother on his drug- and gun-ridden Vermont farm. Rolling Stones reported back in April that Miller’s farm had “at least eight assault weapons, rifles and handguns lying around the living room, with some guns propped up next to a pile of stuffed animals.” The report also said that there was heavy marijuana use near the children with little ventilation. This disturbing news came days after a 12-year-old child was granted a temporary harassment prevention order against her when the actor molested the non-binary youth and behaved inappropriately towards them in Massachusetts.
VF also reported on the non-disclosure agreements after the scandalous actor was entwined with police in a series of arrests in at least three counties. However, the discovery is shocking as their legal strategy to combat this building controversy is paying off alleged victims. For example, in Iceland, no charges were brought, they paid a $500 fine after pleading not to contest a charge of disorderly conduct. Additionally, additional charges were subsequently dropped over allegations that Miller threw a chair at a woman, broke into a couple’s home, yelled obscenities and stole a passport and other legal documents.
Amid the mounting controversy, the actor also issued an official statement to Variety, saying, “Having recently gone through a period of intense crisis, I now understand that I suffer from complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment. I would like to apologize to anyone I have alarmed and upset with my behavior in the past. I am committed to doing the work necessary to return to a healthy, safe and productive phase in my life.” Miller’s next course will be determined by her September 26 court appearance.