Ezra Miller hosting 3 children and their mom, 23, at his guns and weed-filled Vermont farm: Report
Ezra Miller is allegedly hosting three children and their 23-year-old mother since mid-April at his Vermont farm, which is filled with drugs and guns, a new report has claimed. The father of the children, aged one to five, is now concerned about their safety. He has claimed that there are firearms lying around Miller’s 96-acre property, unattended.
The information was released in a new exposé published by Rolling Stone, which also claimed that according to a video from April, “at least eight assault weapons, rifles, and handguns lying around the living room, with some weapons propped up next to a pile of stuffed animals" in Miller's farm. The father's claims were backed up by two other sources and one of them recalled how one of the children once picked up a loose bullet and put it in their mouth. There is “heavy” marijuana use around the children and hardly any proper ventilation, the sources claimed. The names of the father and mother have not been revealed for security purposes.
The father said that Miller met the mother during a trip to Hilo, Hawaii, in March. Miller reportedly bought plane tickets for her and the children to visit Vermont. The father said he was not aware that his family was taking this trip and has not been able to speak to his children ever since they left. “I got a bad feeling in my stomach,” the father said. “I do want to go get my kids, they mean the f–king world to me.”
The mother, however, told the publication that Miller helped her escape the “violent and abusive” father, claims that the complainant denied. Hawaii court records reportedly show that the mother pursued one domestic abuse case against the father in 2021. This was terminated after the parents failed to appear in court. Last fall, a paternity case against the father was put on hold because he had not been served. The father has denied all allegations of abuse.
The father also reportedly filed a domestic case against the mother, which is now pending, about the removal of the children from the state. “[Ezra’s] home ranch has been a healing haven for us,” the mom said. “They may have firearms for self-defense purposes and they are stored in a part of the house that the children never go in … My kids are able to relax more into their healing because of the safety and nurturing Ezra has been providing for them.”
The father said he has been trying to get his children back since April. He contacted the state’s Department for Children and Families and local police to carry out wellness checks. Texts exchanged between the father and a social worker revealed that they visited the farm on May 16 and the kids “looked good". The worker had “more work to do.”
Miller was recently in the news after a 12-year-old child was granted a temporary harassment prevention order against them after the actor harassed the non-binary youngster and acted inappropriately towards them in Massachusetts. Miller allegedly approached the child, complimenting them, asking them to add them on Instagram and telling them to pursue fashion. The child and their mother said that Miller came to them in April and hugged the child, pressing their body closely against them, making them uncomfortable as a result. On one occasion, the child expressed their interest in horses, which prompted the actor to say that they would get many horses and the child could come to their Vermont farm and help care for the herd.
These incidents come at the heels of another controversy, in which the parents of teen activist Tokata Iron Eyes got a protective order against Miller. The parents accused the actor of displaying "cult-like" behavior toward Tokata and plying their daughter with alcohol, LSD and marijuana. Tokata met Miller, 29, when she was 12. At the time, the then 23-year-old Miller visited their reservation in North Dakota. Tokata's parents said that Miller and their daughter developed a friendship and that he even flew them to London to visit the 'Fantastic Beasts' studio two years later.
Tokata's parents have claimed that Miller, who identifies as non-binary and queer and uses the pronouns they/them, supplied drugs and alcohol to their underage daughter. They have also alleged that Tokata dropped out of school in December after Miller disrupted their Massachusetts private schooling. Tokata's parents said in the lawsuit, "Ezra uses violence, intimidation, threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs to hold sway over a young adolescent Tokata." The parents claimed that they found bruises on Tokata's body when they went to Miller's home in Vermont in January to retrieve them after they dropped out. They also found that their daughter did not have their driving license, car keys or a bank card with them. After being brought back home, Tokata fled to New York again to meet Miller. The two have since been traveling together to Vermont, Hawaii and Los Angeles. Tokata, however, refuted their parents' claims and Miller has not been contactable by anyone, even the court which has been unable to serve orders to them.