After several recent run-ins with the law, disturbing new allegations about Fantastic Beasts star Eza Miller’s family life have surfaced today.
Ezra Miller allegedly adopted a young mother and her three young children on a Vermont farm that is allegedly littered with firearms, ammunition and marijuana.
Several sources with knowledge of the situation, including the children’s father, made accusations to Rolling Stone in an exposé released today.
Two sources expressed concern about the safety of children aged 1 to 5, claiming unattended weapons were strewn about the house, which is lying on the floor. fantastic beasts the star’s 96-acre property in Stamford, Vermont.
rolling stone claims to have viewed video footage from April showing at least eight assault guns, rifles and pistols strewn across the living room of the house, noting that some weapons were even placed next to soft animals.
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One source added that the one-year-old girl once allegedly took a loose bullet and stuck it in her mouth.
In addition, both sources claimed that children use marijuana frequently and in large quantities. The publication reports that on the territory of Miller there is a large cannabis farm. not one of the 25 licensed cultivators in the state.
According to the publication, a 25-year-old woman and her children live on the street. Benefits of being quiet the star’s property since mid-April, having met in Hilo, Hawaii, the month before.
However, the mother insists that she and her children are not in danger. In fact, she told the publication that Miller helped her escape from her allegedly “abusive and abusive ex” and provided her with “a safe environment to [her] three very young children.”
According to rolling stone, the mother pursued a domestic violence case and a paternity case against her children’s father in Hawaii last May, but the former was dropped when both parents failed to appear in court. The father denies all allegations of abuse.
The paternity case was suspended by a judge in October 2021 because no notice was served on the father. He later filed a domestic case against the mother after she fled the state with the kids in April. This case is still pending.
The children’s father claims that Miller, who identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns they/they, delivered the woman and three children to his Vermont home without his knowledge. He said rolling stone since then, he has not been able to see or talk to his children.
“I got a bad feeling in my stomach,” said the father, who was not named. “I want to take my kids, they mean the fucking world to me.”
In mid-May, he contacted the Vermont Department of Children and Families (DCF) and local police to check on the health of his children.
The social worker allegedly visited Miller’s farm on May 16 and informed the father that his children were “looking good” but felt they had “still a lot of work to do,” according to text messages reviewed by Rolling Stone magazine.
This is just the latest of many unsettling situations involving Miller this year.
Earlier this month, worried parents of an 18-year-old from North Dakota accused Justice League star pretending to take care of his child using “cult” and “psychologically manipulative” behavior, which the teenager vehemently denied.
The following week, a worried Massachusetts parent accused Miller of inappropriate behavior towards their 12-year-old child.
According to daily beast, both parent and child received a temporary restraining order against the actor “without prior notice because the court has determined that there is a substantial likelihood of an imminent risk of harassment.”
Miller was also arrested several times in Hawaii – first for disorderly conduct and harassment, and then for second-degree assault – in March and April, respectively.
The actor was involved in yet another controversy in 2022 when a video surfaced showing show how they choke the fan in a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Page Six has reached out to Miller’s representatives for comment.
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