A bombshell new investigation claims that playmaking with children is still in jeopardy as The Flash''s fate remains in jeopardy.
Miller, according to a new book from Rolling Stone, is currently residing at their Vermont home, with a 25-year-old mother and her three young children, aged one to five. The property apparently doubles as an unlicensed cannabis farm and is littered with firearms. Multiple sources have expressed concern for the children''s safety, citing incident of frequent cannabis use and unsanitary security around the guns.
The Millers'' representatives did not respond immediately to IndieWires'' request for comment.
Miller left the family after her mother met him in Hawaii in March, but she claims that Miller helped her escape an abusive relationship, revealing to Rolling Stone that their home has been a safe place for the family. (Miller uses their pronouns.)
Other sources view it differently. In poorly ventilated environments, children are reportedly exposed to large amounts of marijuana smoke, and eight guns of different sizes are strewn about the living room. One source tells a particularly disturbing tale about a one-year-old child finding a loose bullet and putting it in their mouth.
One source is the childrens father, who anonymously spoke with Rolling Stone and expressed concern for his children''s safety.
I''m going through hell and back, he said. I had a bad feeling in my stomach I do want to go get my kids, they are all about the fucking world to me.
Miller may have guns for self-defense purposes, and they are stored in a structure of the house that the kids never go in. Because of Ezra''s care, the children are able to relax more into their bodies.
The father and a Vermont social worker were reviewed by Rolling Stone, which said they had visited the house on May 16 and that the kids looked great, but that the worker had to do more.
The headline is just the latest addition to an increasingly complex story about Millers unraveling public persona. After completing The Flash, Miller reportedly had on-set meltdowns, he was detained twice in Hawaii, first for disorderly conduct and harassment at a karaoke bar, and then for second-degree assault during a later incident.
The slew of allegations against Miller has prompted speculation about Warner Bros.''s next superhero film The Flash, in which they appear as the titular hero. While the studio has reportedly paused future projects involving Miller, discussions about the completed but unreleased film continue.
The Flash is expected to be released in theaters on July 23, 2023.