Ezra Miller, Star Of ‘Flash,’ Is Accused Of Grooming A Teen Who Defends Him

Ezra Miller, Star Of 'Flash,' Is Accused Of Grooming A Teen Who Defends Him

Because of his recent arrests in Hawaii, Ezra Miller has been in the news a lot lately.

29-year-old Flash star’s legal problems are just getting started, as the parents of an 18-year-old girl named Tokata Iron Eyes have asked a judge to give their daughter an order of protection against the actor. He is accused of trying to get close to a teenage girl.

People and TMZ got court documents that say Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle say that Miller, who plays The Flash in the DC movies, was rude to their daughter, activist Tokata Iron Eyes, who is 18 years old.

Ezra Miller, Star Of 'Flash,' Is Accused Of Grooming A Teen Who Defends Him

In 2016, when their daughter was 12, Miller, who was then 23 years old, met Tokata at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota, where they both lived.

“To keep control over a young teenage Tokata, Ezra uses violence, threats of violence, terror, psychosis, hallucinations, and drugs,” says the document, which was gotten by many sites.

The 18-year-old parents say that the two met when their child was 12 years old at the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.

Tokata is thought to have gotten beer, pot, and LSD from the actor, who is 29 years old now. Tokata’s parents say that Miller made them feel like they owed him money after they offered to pay for their son’s tuition at Bard College in Simon’s Rock, Massachusetts.

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Reports say that the young activist, who flew to London at age 14 to see the “Fantastic Beasts” set, also went to Miller’s home in Vermont, met him in New York, and went with him to Los Angeles and Hawaii.

Iron Eyes and Jumping Eagle gave Miller an order to keep him safe. On July 12th, there will be a hearing. The actor isn’t allowed to talk to Tokata or their parents or come within 100 yards of their home, but the court couldn’t enforce the order because neither the actor’s nor Tokata’s location is known.

Tokata backed Miller in an Instagram post.

In a long post, they wrote “CONTEXT” and called Miller a “comrade.” They said they had quit school five months before and were sad about a friend who had died.

“During this time of sadness, Miller has done nothing but offer loving support and important protection,” they said.

They said that the accusations against Miller were “transphobic” and “based on the idea that I can’t think logically or have different ideas from my own kindred who care about my well-being.”

Tokata said that they were subjected to psychological and emotional manipulation in their family.

Miller was arrested in Hawaii in March on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment after he allegedly cursed at people in a karaoke bar, lunged at a guy, and stole a microphone from a woman.

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In April, the Hawaii Tribune-Herald said that the actor pleaded “no contest” to the disorderly conduct charge and was fined $500. Miller had just been taken into custody in Hawaii for allegedly throwing a chair at a woman.

Ezra Miller, Star Of 'Flash,' Is Accused Of Grooming A Teen Who Defends Him

Rolling Stone says that after Miller was arrested for the first time in Hawaii, his projects at DC and Warner Bros. were put on hold.

Miller plays Credence Barebone/Aurelius Dumbledore in the “Fantastic Beasts” movies, such as “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” which came out in April. In the movie “Dalland,” which is coming out soon, they play a young Salvador Dal.

The movie “The Flash,” which has been pushed back more than once, will finally come out on June 23, 2023.

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