Fantastic Beasts, Flash star Ezra Miller slapped ban on approach by mother of 12-year-old

A mother in the US has been given a temporary protection order on behalf of her 12-year-old child against Ezra Miller, a 29-year-old actor starring in an upcoming superhero film The Flash.

The court order was “issued without prior notice because the Court found that there was a high probability of imminent danger of harassment.”

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The warrant was issued Wednesday by the Greenfield District Court in Massachusetts.

It does not contain any charges against Miller, who is best known for Fantastic Beasts franchise.

A mother from Massachusetts, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that she and her child met Miller in February through acquaintances.

She said Miller seemed friendly at first, but that she soon became suspicious of Miller’s relationship with her child.

Ezra Miller. credit: David M. Benett/Dave Benett / Getty Images

She said she told the judge that Miller offered to buy gifts for her child, including a horse, even after she turned down his earlier offers.

“I kept wondering why Ezra is here. Like, don’t you have Hollywood things to do? Aren’t your movies coming out? ” she said.

A series of accusations

The Massachusetts Protection Order was the first to report from The Daily Beastit is now added to a three-month series of accusations against Miller.

The lawsuits began with allegations of misconduct in Hawaii, and have since grown into allegations of child custody.

The accusations against Miller have sparked outrage on the internet, pitting Miller’s fans against people calling on the authorities and the Warner Bros. film studio to take action.

Ezra Miller (third from left) with Justice League colleagues Jason Momo, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher and Ben Affleck 2017. credit: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images

Miller, who identifies as non-binary and uses the pronouns they and they, has been a rising movie star for more than a decade, starring in The Flash it should become the most prominent role of the actor.

Diversity announced that as of June 2, Warner Bros. intends to release The Flash with Miller in 2023 as planned.

Miller and their representatives did not respond to repeated requests for comment, and Miller did not respond to allegations of grooming.

Warner Bros. representatives did not respond to requests for comment.

Irregular behavior

Miller has been arrested twice this year, both times in Hawaii, on charges of violent behavior and second-degree assault.

Miller was released on $ 500 bail after his first arrest and said he did not dispute a single point of disorder, paying a $ 500 fine.

The couple in Hawaii requested a temporary ban on approaching Miller in March.

They accused the actor of breaking into their bedroom and stealing personal documents, including his passport and wallet, after he stayed with the couple.

Pictures of Ezra Miller of the Hawaii Police Department. credit: Hawaii Police Department

A few weeks later, the couple voluntarily withdrew from the order.

During that time, Miller routinely posted pictures on Instagram with a group of people including Tokata Iron Eyes, an 18-year-old non-binary person.

According to legal documents filed in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court, Tokata Iron Eyes has known Miller for 12 years.

Last Thursday, Miller’s verified Instagram account was deactivated. Instagram has confirmed that it has not removed the account.

‘Malicious connection’

Chase Iron Eyes is a lawyer and well-known Indigenous environmental activist who is Tokata’s father.

He applied for a protection order against Miller in early June, he said TMZ.

The warrant was issued in an attempt to end what Iron Eyes described to the court as a violent relationship between Miller and Tokata, which he claims has escalated in recent months.

On June 7, the court granted an interim order requiring Miller to sever contact with the Iron Eyes family, including Tokata, and not to approach 100 yards (91 meters) from the Iron Eyes residence.

Actor Ezra Miller at the premiere of “Fantastic Beasts: Grindelwald’s Crimes” at the cinema in central London 2018. credit: Grant Pollard/AP

The judge scheduled the hearing on the lawsuit for July 12.

Chase Iron Eyes told NBC News that Tokata has been with Miller for several months.

He said Vermont police tried to hand Tokata a substance abuse and mental health order issued by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court.

NBC News looked at the “statement of disobedience” of the Bennington County Sheriff’s Department in Vermont, which says that there have been three attempts to serve Tokata.

Chase Iron Eyes told the court that he had occasional contacts with Miller and Tokat during that time.

He says the communication led him to believe Miller was physically and mentally abusing Tokata.

Iron Eyes wrote in its petition to issue a protection order that it took over Tokata from Miller’s residence in early 2020 after Miller told him that Tokata had been given LSD.

Iron Eyes wrote that he noticed bruises on Tokata’s body before Tokata reunited with Miller, with whom Tokata has been traveling ever since.

Toccata’s public response

Tokata publicly responded to his parents ’claims in a statement and video posted on Instagram.

The statement said: “My choice is mine, and as for the nature of police intervention in my ‘case’, it is unnecessary and a waste of time and resources.”

Only Tokata appears in the video, who says, “No one controls my Instagram account.”

The same Instagram account responded to a direct message from NBC News with an email address, but the email sent to the account was not answered.

Iron Eyes wrote in a petition for a protection order that Tokata first met Miller in 2012, when the actor appeared with Indigenous protesters as part of the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Four years later, when Tokata was 12, Chase said they met Miller while appearing with other young activists.

Ezra Miller attends Time 100 Next at Pier 17 on November 14, 2019 in New York City. credit: DIMITRIOS KAMBOURIS/Getty

In the same petition, Iron Eyes said Miller continued to develop a relationship with Tokat for the next six years, including visits to film sets.

Iron Eyes said Tokata left school after turning 18 and moved in with Miller.

A petition to issue a protection order says Miller left Tokata in Hawaii without menstrual products.

Ezra Miller and Salma Hayek attend Saint Laurent fashion show at Paris Fashion Week 2019. credit: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images

Iron Eyes said Miller’s fan base has been adamant in creating narratives that he and his wife are transphobic and trying to force their child into “conversion therapy”.

Iron Eyes said he and his wife have a long history of supporting LGBTQ people and recognize non-binary identities in Indigenous culture.

“Tokata is not the only non-binary child in our family,” Iron Eyes said.

“Tokata would know we were just open and empowering.”

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