Ezra Miller on the radar again? Actor accused of operating as a cult leader from Airbnb in Iceland
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The highly controversial actor Ezra Miller is once again making headlines for more or less the same reasons they were this entire year. This time, new victims have come forth alleging them of functioning out of an Airbnb in Iceland with their companions, living in a "cult-like" condition. It is said that Millers' acolytes walked barefoot and regularly frightened locals.
These new allegations place the Flash actor under the microscope once again. One witness told Insider that the Airbnb they were living at was a "commune" with mattresses spread out on the floor. Every guest that would enter this so-called cult-like place was enamored by the movie star. The woman continued, “It felt like everyone was hypnotized." The 'Fantastic Beasts' actor traveled to Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, in early 2020 after the production of 'Fantastic Beasts' was brought to a halt due to Covid-19. The publication also states that Airbnb was home to a menagerie of Icelandic artists, ex-pats, and spiritual confidants whom Ezra Miller had encouraged to stay there. Throughout this year, Miller has made headlines for allegedly grooming minors, and his unstable and violent behavior.
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A young woman recalled the time she spent with Miller when she had a brief relationship with him in Iceland while she was 18 and the DCEU actor was 27. She told Insider, "Nobody ever was kind of allowed to disagree with them. Their reality painted everybody else’s reality. There was no room for anybody else’s opinion or feelings.” During that time, Miller was also seen choking a woman at a bar in Reykjavik. Previously this year, they had been accused of grooming teenagers and holding a family hostage at a remote Vermont cabin with a variety of weapons and drugs. They were also arrested for disorderly conduct, harassment and later for second-degree assault.
They were earlier reported to have holed up at a remote cabin in Vermont with several others and guns. Law enforcement officials have been unable to get a hold of them. So far, they have missed their July court appearance. As far as their career is considered, they are set to appear in WarnerBros film 'The Flash', slated for a 2023 release. It's unclear whether the movie will be released as people have been raging over the production house for not taking any action against the actor who has been in constant trouble for the past 2 years.