Striking allegations came from Miller’s friends, who were not on the agenda with scandals.
Ezra Miller has recently come to the fore with various scandals, crimes such as theft and harassment. In the past weeks, both Warner and Warner have taken action to prevent the movie “Flash” from being cancelled. Bros Miller, who apologized to his officials and fans through his representative, stated that his mental health was not good and that he started the treatment process. The new claims from the close circle of the player are quite striking.
In the article published in Vanity Fair, Miller’s friends say that the actor alternately introduced himself as Christ and the Devil, set up a harem on his farm, and always emotionally and verbally abused those around him.
According to his close circle, Miller’s downfall began in 2019 when his parents divorced. Miller first came to the fore with footage of a woman choking her throat while exiting a bar in Iceland in 2020. It is stated that Miller went to a spiritual mentor named Jasper Young Bear at that time, and this person, who thought that Miller was the next Messiah, said, “The Masons are sending the devil to kill you.” Sources speaking to Vanity Fair also said that Miller sometimes introduced himself as “Jesus” and sometimes “devil”, and that he saw his Flash character as “the savior who brought the multiverses together, just like him”, likening him to Jesus.
Allegations include that the actor had an altar decorated with ‘Flash figurines’ on his farm in Vermont and established a harem of young women. It is said that Miller chose young people because they were more docile and made imaginary offers to them. It is also stated that she has made those who come to her house sign a confidentiality agreement and allow them to carry their phones with them.
Last July, the parents of 18-year-old Native American Tokata Iron Eyes filed a complaint alleging that the actor used violence and drugs to establish a “cult-like” domination over their daughter. Miller was later charged with breaking into a house in Stamford, Vermont, USA. The actor’s case will appear in court next month for pending charges.