Ezra Miller will reportedly not be part of the DCEU following the release of The Flash in 2023. Recent months have seen the actor at the centre of several legal disputes.
Miller was named to the inaugural Next list of celebrities who are “shaping the future” by Time magazine earlier this year, and assertively discussed preferred pronouns – they/them, it/its.
Miller has previously played The Flash in Justice League and Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Among Michael Keaton and Sasha Calle, who play Batman and Supergirl, they are set to play the Scarlet Speedster in The Flash. Production on the movie has already been completed.
Everything started spiraling after an incident at a karaoke bar on the Hawaii island, which resulted in Miller’s arrest in March 2022 for disorderly conduct and harassment. They were arrested the following month for allegedly throwing a chair that struck a woman.
Earlier this week, Miller was hit with a fresh restraining order over claims the star rubbed up against a non-binary 12-year-old and threatened the youngster’s mom with a gun after accusing her of cultural appropriation for referring to her friends as her ‘Tribe’. Miller then accused them of further appropriation when they played Parcheesi, a game Miller claimed has roots in Rastafarianism.
‘At this point, Ezra explodes and started screaming directly into my face,’ the visiting neighbour said. ‘They said, ‘You don’t even know what the f**k you’re talking about. What did you say to me? What did you just say to me?!’. Miller then allegedly opened up a ‘big Sherpa jacket’ and showed off a visible gun, allegedly saying: ‘Talking like that could get you into a really serious situation.’
Miller has released many strange and cryptic messages and videos on social media platforms such as Instagram.
The latest drama also comes amid accusations Miller ‘groomed’ and then ‘brainwashed’ a now 18-year-old Takota Iron Eyes. It is alleged that the star had made contact with Tokata Iron Eyes under the guise of helping an underground oil pipeline protest in 2016,’ they add.
The papers report that they ‘began to formulate relations’ with Tokata immediately and “appear to have taken a liking to her.”
The star flew Tokata with other tribal members of Standing Rock to London in December 2017 for a tour of the Harry Potter movie studio. Where they then attempted to sleep in the same bed with Tokata, who was 14 at the time. Her parents claim Miller was 25 at the time, according to their lawsuit.
The papers claim Miller was also obsessed with and threatened the KKK because they believed the hate group had burned down a friend’s house in North Carolina. It has been reported that he transported firearms and ammunition from Vermont to North Carolina in preparation for a possible confrontation with the KKK.
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