Guns, drugs, and a 'predator': The spiraling problem that is Ezra Miller
Ezra Miller's name has been showing up in all news outlets continuously for the past few months, all thanks to the multiple allegations they face, which include the grooming of a teenager named Tokata Iron Eyes. As per reports, several witnesses have accused the 29-year-old actor, who identifies as nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns, of providing mind-altering drugs to teenager(s) at their Vermont farm.
Not just that, they have also been accused of physical and psychological abuse against many and making them believe that “they are the Second Coming of Jesus Christ in an apparent cult-like manner.” The first reported allegation against Miller came in March in downtown Hilo, Hawaii when they refused to leave an area and blocked a sidewalk. Later in the same month, they were arrested for allegedly getting “agitated” and screaming expletives during karaoke at a bar. However, they were freed after paying $500 as bond.
In April 2022, a restraining order against Miller was granted to a pair in Hilo after they accused him of barging into their bedroom at a hostel. The official papers state that ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ actor “burst into the bedroom of the petitioner(s) and threatened” the male by “saying ‘I will bury you and your s— wife.’” Then in the same month again, Miller was arrested “after allegedly throwing a chair at a 26-year-old woman’s head at a home in Pāhoa on the Big Island,” The Los Angeles Times reported.
But the most shocking allegation against Miller came to light when in early June, Lakota activist and founder of Last Real Indians, Chase Iron Eyes and his pediatrician wife Sara Jumping Eagle requested a protection order against them with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court. Chase and Sara are the parents of Tokata, whom Miller reportedly began grooming when she was just 12.
The order of protection claims that the ‘We Need to Talk About Kevin’ actor is “currently physically and emotionally abusing, psychologically manipulating, physically intimidating and endangering the safety and welfare of 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes.” After several attempts to solve the issue peacefully and privately, the family has now gone public and spoke at length about the trauma they have been going through for several years because of Miller.
For the uninitiated, Miller and Tokata are currently absconding and no one knows about their whereabouts as the teenager’s family desperately waits for their child’s safe return. Amid this trying time, Tokata’s uncle Lakota Chief Bear Cross gave an interview to Last Real Indians and revealed some more shocking details about ‘The Flash’ star.
Bear Cross spoke about meeting Miller for the first time at his house in December 2021. He said, “When Ezra came into my home, it was a strong odor of marijuana. I don’t like marijuana, I hate marijuana. I don’t like the smell of it. It was pretty strong. Every time Ezra walked by me, they smelled like it. Anyway, I gave Ezra a home to stay in, a bedroom to lay in… my kid’s bedroom. We went out to eat, everyone liked Ezra.”
He continued, “We went to a restaurant and the waitresses went crazy, everyone got Ezra’s autograph and pictures. At the end of the night, Ezra said ‘Why don’t all these motherfuckers leave me alone and let me be?’ I looked at Ezra like you’re a movie star, people are going to be around you. But Ezra didn’t like it, Ezra just wanted to smoke and keep Tokata Iron Eyes in eyesight. Ezra was smoking in my truck. Marijuana mixed with something I never heard of called ‘ketamine.’ Ezra’s eyes were bloodshot red, they were paranoid saying ‘the FBI is everywhere.’”
When questioned how Bear Cross was so sure Miller had ketamine with marijuana, he replied, “On December 31st or January 1st, we did a house ceremony on Pine Ridge, South Dakota. Ezra waited outside the trailer where we did the ceremony. I asked Ezra ‘Are you on drugs, are you on alcohol? What are you doing? Why are your eyes so red?’ Ezra said to me ‘Well I smoke cannabis with a little bit of ketamine.’”
The same night, Tokata’s uncle got to know about Miller’s another alleged dangerous feature. He said, “We were posing for a photo, and after we took the photo with my family we decided to get one with just me and Ezra. Well, Ezra just opened their big ol' jacket and pulled out the .40 caliber firearm, I asked if that’s real and Ezra said yes. Ezra also said in Vermont you don’t need a permit to conceal.”
Bear Cross went on to say, “It made me feel unsafe because Ezra pulled it out unannounced, I did not know Ezra had a firearm. I would not have invited them into my home if I knew Ezra had a firearm because I don’t know who they are, famous or not; I don’t allow anyone into my home with a firearm if I don’t know them because of the safety of my children,” before claiming, “I thought Ezra Miller was a famous actor for the children but they are not… Ezra is violent towards women, and that makes children unsafe.”
The uncle also added, “I know for a fact when Ezra stayed here in my home, Ezra had Tokata wrapped around so tight, she barely went outside; Ezra Miller was right there beside her. Ezra jumped up real quick outside, like ‘Who’s she talking to? Who’s she with?’ There was even a point in time when we were doing the ceremony over in Pine Ridge and my wife was outside loading up the altar after the ceremony… and Tokata and Ezra were having sex on a bed that was laying outside. I did not know any of that happened until way later when my wife told me. Ezra is still so possessive of Tokata. Ezra has her wrapped around so bad she devoted her life to Ezra; you can see it. I think part of that is the drugs. Ezra Miller groomed my niece, Tokata. All I want is my niece to come home to her family, her cousins and siblings miss her and they want her away from Ezra.”