A Massachusetts judge granted a temporary harassment prevention order to a 12-year-old non-binary child and his mother against “The Flash” actor Ezra Miller – who is also non-binary – after the family claimed the actor had her threatened.
Authorities were unable to deliver the papers to Miller, 29, because they disappeared after they appeared to post memes to her Instagram story earlier this week — seemingly mocking the police’s inability to find them — and then apparently deleting her account on Wednesday.
According to court documents reviewed by Daily Beast, the newly filed incident happened on Feb. 2 at a neighbor’s ground-floor home in Greenfield.
The neighbor is in a band with Whitney Suters, a musician who is close friends with the ailing actor.
The night reportedly took a turn when the child’s mother mentioned that she was traveling with “her tribe” of people, which Miller felt was cultural appropriation. A dispute then arose over the board game Parcheesi, when Miller claimed it had Rastafari roots.
The visiting neighbor, who is half black, allegedly asked Miller which sect of the Rastafarian movement he was from.
“At that point, Ezra exploded and started screaming right in my face,” the neighbor told the Daily Beast.
“They said, ‘You don’t even know what the hell you’re talking about. what did you say to me What did you just say to me?!’
“I was very surprised,” added the neighbor. “Then they opened their jacket — they had this big Sherpa jacket — and they opened one side of their jacket, you could see a gun, and they said, ‘Talking like that could put you in a really serious situation.’ “
Focusing on the boy, according to the trio of guests, Miller said: “I’ve spoken to your child at length and they have a lot of power for her. Eventually you will realize that you no longer have any control over them. You are a sublime being and you would be fortunate to be guided by someone like me.”
Miller then allegedly addressed the mother – who dresses in gothic attire – accusing her of being a witch and a vampire.
“Do you want to drink my blood? Do you?” They reportedly yelled.
“[Miller] wore a bulletproof vest – and I had no idea they were armed until later,” the visiting neighbor recalled.
Miller reportedly switched back to the child, who was 11 at the time, moved his chair closer to the actor, reportedly gave her an uncomfortable hug and touched her hips. Miller also reportedly told the child – who mentioned an interest in horses – that they would have several horses and the youngster could help care for them at Miller’s farm in Vermont.
“They were automatically attracted to me in weird ways and kept talking about how much they love my outfit and my style and went on and on about how amazing it was,” the kid said. “It was really uncomfortable. I was really nervous. I was scared to be around her after he yelled at my mom and she cried.”
Both the mother and the visiting neighbor claimed that Miller may have been intoxicated based on her dilated pupils and behavior.
Miller subsequently apologized for the outburst and returned to the house on June 4 dressed as a cowboy, they said. The family has not seen or heard from her since.
The Post reached out to Miller’s rep for comment.
Last week Sara Jumping Eagle claimed Miller brainwashed, assaulted and possibly drugged her 18-year-old daughter Tokata Iron Eyes after years of grooming her. Miller is now traveling in California with Tokata and several other young women, she told the Post.
“He doesn’t let Tokata or the other girls bathe or wear makeup,” Jumping Eagle claimed to The Post. “You must ask his permission. It’s an R. Kelly type situation and very scary.”
Jumping Eagle also concluded that Miller was acting “cult-like” in a recent tweet.
“#Ezra Miller is [a] spiritual voyeur delving into the spiritual beliefs of various indigenous peoples, combining voodoo; with those beliefs [in] Tokata Iron Eyes mind that attracts more people in a cult-like manner”, Jumping Eagle wrote last week.
Miller has also been charged with other crimes and was arrested twice in less than a month in Hawaii this year.