Ezra Miller in Delusion Fears FBI and KKK, Travels With Guns and Body Armor
As more charges about The Flash star Ezra Miller emerge, it appears that he is entirely disconnected from reality. More than thrice this year, Miller has been arrested on charges ranging from disorderly conduct to harassment to aggravated assault in the second degree. Since Miller’s arrest last month on charges of cult leadership and grooming, things have only gotten worse for him.
Insider’s recent story suggests that Miller is anxious about the FBI and the Ku Klux Klan following him. Since then the star has been driving around with a rifle and bulletproof vest in tow. In the context of Miller’s mental health and history of violence, that is not a crime in and of itself.
Because of the grooming charges, the Ku Klux Klan is probably anxious about the FBI. Since Tokata Iron Eyes was 12, activist Chase Iron Eyes and his wife Sara Jumping Eagle have been suing Miller for allegedly abusing and abusing their daughter, Tokata. They first encountered Miller when she was 23 years old. Despite Tokata’s denials, witnesses have reported seeing her bruised and beaten by Miller. According to Tokata, Miller’s clothing is merely a “fashionable safety measure” because the actor regularly receives death threats.
On their Vermont farm, Miller was reportedly alleged to have amassed a large arsenal of firearms including assault guns, which they were renting out to a single mother and her three young children. The woman, who has not been identified, was staying with Miller because she was fleeing her “violent and abusive ex.” It was discovered by Rolling Stone that the house was dangerous for the children because of unguarded firearms. On Miller’s property, there is also a significant marijuana farm.
According to various news sites and trustworthy sources, Miller’s weird episodes are stacking up by the day, which begs the question, why is no one concerned? A danger to themselves and others, they are in serious need of help. One of Miller’s relatives told Insider that the actor may have succumbed to the pressures of fame.
“Because of their renown, money, and earning potential, as well as their race and physical appearance, I believe Ezra has been given a free pass. It is difficult to step in when someone has Ezra’s financial and political clout. People are less likely to say “no” to you if you are renowned. Those things, in my opinion, are really harmful.”