It is amazing what happens when a studio writes a bunch of checks to protect their franchise and star.

All of a sudden, there is no bad press and no more accusations against the star.

Wait until the studio finds out about the pregnancy.

Warner Bros.

The Flash

Ezra Miller

The $250m anti-hero who Warner Bros is battling to save at all costs: Inside the crazed world of ‘groomer’ Ezra Miller who has extensive rap sheet and calls themself ‘Jesus’ from at-home altar adorned in The Flash figurines

The chilling account, provided by sources acquainted with the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ star, tells a tale of the actor’s supposed downward spiral after finding fame

That spiral culminated in March with a pair of arrests that put his upcoming role in the flick in jeopardy, despite Disney brass’ assertions it will go as planned

Those cited in the lengthy article, published Sunday by Vanity Fair , described Miller’s sprawling Vermont farm as den filled with drugs, guns, and bullets

In an assortment of interviews, witnesses recounted how the actor abused those around them, and would refer to themself as both ‘Jesus and the devil’

The claims concerning Miller’s life on the farm comes after they announced they are seeking treatment for ‘complex mental health issues’

Miller recently has dealt with a string of arrests and accusations of abuse, assault, and the accused grooming of a 12-year-old girl – Source

Ezra Miller’s “Messiah” Delusions: Inside The Flash Star’s Dark Spiral

Sources say the actor verbally and emotionally abused those around them and referred to themself alternately as Jesus and the devil.

Ezra Miller did not, to put it mildly, invoke their right to remain silent. This past March, the actor was arrested in a tiki bar called Margarita Village in Hilo, Hawaii, after shouting profanities, spitting in a patron’s face, and grabbing a microphone from a woman singing karaoke to “Shallow” from A Star Is Born. Miller claimed to have been accosted by a Nazi and to have evidence. In fact, one of the first things you hear the actor say in the three-minute police body-cam video that circulated after the arrest is something the officers had likely never heard from a disorderly dive bar patron before: “I film myself when I get assaulted for NFT crypto art.”

Once outside, Miller—sweaty and disheveled in a black suit jacket, burgundy pants, and a red tie—barks at the cops to state their full names and badge numbers. When one attempts to search Miller’s pockets, the actor says twice, rapid-fire, “I’m transgender nonbinary. I don’t want to be searched by a man.” After being called “sir,” the actor responds, “That is an act of intentional bigotry and a technical hate crime.” Miller, whose pronouns are they/them, registers their objection to being “unlawfully persecuted for a crime of no designation,” says they have preexisting nerve damage from police handcuffs, and expands on the Nazi’s assault. “You should have told us that instead of running away,” an officer replies placidly. “We could have took care of everything real quick. But you wanted to play the game.”

When the police empty Miller’s pockets, they find styrofoam Nerf bullets and place them in a plastic bag, along with the single accessory linking the person in cuffs to the movie that their acclaimed career, as well as $200 million of Warner Bros.’s money, is riding on: a ring emblazoned with their DC Comics superhero character. By now, Miller seems to have burned out their rage. “The Flash ring means a lot to me,” the actor says quietly. “It’s very valuable.”

That arrest was just one turn in a downward spiral so confusing and troubling that even old friends have difficulty parsing the chaos. What’s clear is that Miller has been endangering not just their career, but also their safety—and allegedly that of others—in increasingly plain sight for the last two years. Since 2020, the actor has been accused of crimes and abuses spanning 6,000 miles and two oceans: throwing a chair that hit a woman in the forehead, threatening a couple in their bedroom and stealing their wallet and passport in Hawaii, on top of the incident at Margarita Village; choking two strangers in Iceland; and breaking into a neighbor’s home in Vermont to steal alcohol, which resulted in a felony charge. – Source


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