Actor Ezra Miller, popularly known for their role as The Flash,just can’t seem to stay out of trouble, and the reports of their bad behavior just keep intensifying.
Following the grooming allegations and protective order filed against Miller in the past weeks, it's now been reported that The Flash star has been housing a 25-year-old woman and her three adolescent children at their farm located in Vermont. Miller met the woman while visiting Hilo, Hawaii back in March. During this stay in Hawaii, Miller was arrested multiple times.
Sources have shared with Rolling Stone that the father of the three children is uneasy about his children's living situation and two others who are aware of the arrangement have shared their concerns as well, revealing that there are allegedly unattended firearms sprawled across Miller's Vermont home. The source even went on to share an instance where one of the children, who’s only one year old, allegedly took a loose bullet and placed it in her mouth. However, the mother claims that all the firearms are stored in a part of the home that the children do not enter and that the weapons are only in the home for self-defense reasons.
The sources have also claimed that there is frequent use of drugs like marijuana in front of the young children, with little to no concerns about ventilation, and that there is also a non-licensed marijuana farm on the property. Despite the father's concerns about his children, the mother of the children claims The Flash star helped her get away from her “violent and abusive ex." She went on to add that Miller “helped me finally have a safe environment for my three very young children.” The father has denied all allegations of abuse made against him.
The father has also shared with Rolling Stone that he’s been trying to have his three children removed from Miller’s residence since April, even going as far as to contact Vermont's Department for Children and Families (DCF), as well as the local police. The father claims his concerns were disregarded and when DCF workers visited the home, they found no issues.
Despite DCF not finding any issues with the children staying in the residence, the recent reports from earlier this month allude to this living situation not being the best idea. With claims of Miller having erratic and abusive behavior, and their alleged inappropriate relationship with a young girl starting at age twelve, it's definitely in the mother's best interest to reevaluate if this living situation with Miller is the best and safest option for her young children.
The Flash is set for U.S. theatrical release on June 23, 2023.
Source: Rolling Stone