Ezra Miller, who plays the Flash in DC Comics Scarlet Speedster, has been in the spotlight for months now, as well as having two protection orders filed against them. This time, a family grew up at Miller''s residence in Vermont.
According to Rolling Stone, Ezra Miller is working at a 25-year-old mother and her three children at a theater Vermont farm, a living arrangement that is worrying the children''s father. According to reports, Miller''s 96-acre property has unattended guns, and one source claims that one of the children, who is a one-year old, picked up a loose bullet and put it in their mouth.
Ezra Miller reportedly met the unnamed mother in Hawaii and secured a trip out of the state for her three children without the father''s knowledge. According to court records, the mother filed a domestic case against her in May 2021, but the domestic case was put on hold. In addition, the father filed a domestic dispute that included the mother transferring their kids out of Hawaii. The woman and her three children have been living on Miller''s farm since mid-April.
According to Rolling Stone, the mother had said that the farm at Ezra Miller has served as a safe haven for her and her children, and that the firearms are intended for self-defense purposes and they are kept in a section of the house that the children never go in. Conversely, the father said that he has a bad feeling in his stomach about what''s going on there, and just wants his kids back.
According to video footage from Rolling Stone, the aforementioned unnamed sources allege that a cannabis firm called Rebel Alliance Cannabis has been established, but the farm is not listed as one of the 25 cannabis cultivators in Vermont that has been allowed to grow more than six plants and sell to wholesalers.
Ezra Miller''s latest controversy can be found in a Rolling Stones article, but following their outings as Barry Allen in Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, and their roles as Barry Allen in Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, Miller finally has the solo Flash outing planned for next year, due to all the challenges surrounding Miller. Given that the movies are more crowded, Miller will likely reprise the super-speedy DC superhero after the first Flash film.