Ezra Miller Housing Three Young Children and Their Mother at a Vermont Farm With Guns, Bullets, and Weed
According to sources, the living circumstances at the farm where the Flash actor resides are dangerous for kids since there are firearms nearby and year old put a stray bullet in her mouth.
According to Rolling Stone, Ezra Miller has been housing a 25-year-old mother and her three small children at their Vermont farm, a living arrangement that has alarmed both the children’s father and two other people with knowledge of the circumstance.
According to two persons with knowledge of the circumstance, the home on Miller’s 96-acre property is an unsafe place for kids to be since there are unattended guns lying around it. One of the sources, who also asked to remain anonymous out of concern for reprisals, described an incident in which one of the kids, a one-year-old, allegedly picked up a loose bullet and put it in her mouth.
However, the mother, who Rolling Stone is choosing not to identify along with the father, alleges that Miller assisted her in fleeing an “abusive and violent ex” and “helped me finally… have a safe home for my three very young children.”
She tells Rolling Stone that “[Ezra’s] home ranch has become a therapeutic refuge for us.” “They might possess firearms for self-defense, and they are kept in a section of the house that the kids never enter… The safety and love that Ezra has been giving my kids has allowed them to relax more into their healing.
Since the middle of April, the mother and her kids, who range in age from one to five, have resided at Miller’s farm near Stamford, Vermont. In March, Miller visited Hilo, Hawaii, where the actor met the woman. The controversial actor, who is slated to play in Warner Bros.’ eagerly awaited The Flash, amassed a number of arrests while in Hawaii, prompting studio bosses to call an urgent conference to discuss their plans for the franchise’s future. (Miller utilizes they/them pronouns and is nonbinary.)
In the midst of that developing problem, the father of the children tells Rolling Stone that Miller, purportedly without the father’s knowledge, booked a trip out of Hawaii for the mother and her kids. Since his children left, he claims he has not been able to see them or communicate with them.
The father claims, “I felt a horrible feeling in my gut.” I really want to go collect my kids because they mean the world to me. (Miller’s representatives did not respond to a request for comment.)
According to Hawaii court records, the mother and father have been at odds for a while. In May 2021, the mother filed one paternity case and one domestic abuse complaint against the father. The domestic case was dismissed since none of the parents showed up in court, and he has refuted all charges of violence. According to documents in the paternity case, the judge put the case on hold in October due to the father not having received service. In April, the mother was named in a domestic dispute brought by the father because she had taken the kids out of the country. That case is still open.
The mother claims that she and her kids are still residing at Miller’s farm. According to the two witnesses who saw kids there with their mothers, it’s a chaotic situation that’s dangerous for kids. At least eight assault rifles, handguns, and rifles appear to be laying around the living room in a video from April that Rolling Stone analyzed. Some of the weapons appear to be propped up next to a collection of plush animals.
The two sources also said that frequent and intense marijuana usage had taken place in front of the kids, with little thought given to proper ventilation. In addition, Miller’s close buddy and alleged “handyman” Whitney Suters claimed on social media that the two were running a marijuana business named Rebel Alliance Cannabis. According to Suters, there is a huge cannabis farm on Miller’s property.
Numerous images shared on Suters’ social media profiles show significantly more marijuana plants than the two mature plants or four immature plants that private persons are only allowed to own in Vermont. Suters revealed to a Facebook acquaintance that there were at least 28 various strains growing for a harvest in the fall of 2021.
Rolling Stone confirmed with Vermont’s Cannabis Control Board that Miller’s farm is not one of the state’s 25 registered producers that are permitted to grow more than six plants and sell to wholesalers.
The father alleges that since April, he has been attempting to get his kids out of the farm. Mid-May, after becoming aware of the alleged usage of guns and drugs on Miller’s property, he contacted the Department for Children and Families (DCF) of Vermont and the neighborhood police to do wellness checks.
The father texted a number associated with a Vermont social worker, who replied saying they had visited the home on May 16 and the children “looked okay,” adding that the worker had “more work to do.” Rolling Stone has examined the texts between the two parties. It’s unclear if the social worker visited the house again. (DCF said that it does not release information regarding visits to houses in response to a request for feedback. Requests for comment from the Vermont State Police went unanswered.)
It’s the most recent worrying circumstance Miller has encountered. Two sets of parents are said to have requested protection and restraining orders against Miller, and his recent behavior may have seriously jeopardized any further association with the superhero series.
Gibson, their 18-year-old child, and a well-known Standing Rock activist, filed a request for an order of protection earlier this month with Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle. (Gibson uses the pronouns she or them.) The parents claimed to Rolling Stone that Miller, whom the actor had met when Gibson was 12, had groomed Gibson. Earlier this year, the parents claimed that Miller had given Gibson a heavy quantity of LSD.
“I would be like, ‘OK, you have to learn the hard way,’ if [they] were of [their] right mind and just making jacked-up decisions,” The mother of Gibson previously spoke to Rolling Stone about her son. However, in addition to having mental health problems, they are also being preyed upon by a predator.
Gibson, however, issued a statement on Instagram in which they claimed they had been the victim of “emotional and psychological exploitation” while residing with their parents. Gibson referred to their parents’ worries as “blatantly offensive” in another video.
According to The Daily Beast, another parent in Massachusetts successfully obtained a temporary restraining order against Miller on June 16 on behalf of their 12-year-old child. The Greenfield District Court issued the order “without prior notice since it was found that there is a considerable possibility of the immediate threat of harassment.”
Miller was detained twice while in Hawaii, and local police received at least 10 calls about the actor’s actions. On March 28, when Miller was riled up by a couple singing “Shallow” from A Star Is Born at karaoke, the first arrest resulted from a charge of disorderly conduct.
According to the couple’s request for a temporary restraining order, Miller allegedly entered a couple’s bedroom later that night and threatened them, screaming, “I will burn you and your slut wife.” Miller is also accused of stealing a wallet and a passport.
After reportedly hurling a chair at a 26-year-old lady after being ordered to leave a private home on April 19, leaving the woman with a half-inch cut on her forehead, Miller was detained once more the following day.