Flash actor Ezra Miller continues his downward spiral into disgrace as authorities say that the one-time DCEU star has been living in a home with a mother and her three young children where there are guns and drugs “just lying around.”

According to reporting by Rolling Stone, the troubled actor has a mother and her three young children living with him where guns and drugs are rampant. The report comes on the heels of two separate restraining orders taken out by parents against The Flash star in the last month.

Miller, who is nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns, is reportedly hosting a 25-year-old mother and her children, aged one to five, at their 96-acre farm in Vermont. On one occasion, the 1-year-old allegedly found a loose bullet and put it in her mouth. Video footage reviewed by the publication “shows at least eight assault weapons, rifles, and handguns lying around the living room, with some weapons propped up next to a pile of stuffed animals.”

The children’s father participated in the story, as did two anonymous sources. The two sources “confirmed seeing children there with their mother, describing a chaotic environment that is unsafe for children,” according to Rolling Stone.

A representative for Miller has not replied to a request for comment from Rolling Stone, Yahoo Entertainment, or any other outlet covering the story.

Miller met the woman earlier this year in Hawaii, where he was arrested at least twice. The 29-year-old Justice League star purportedly booked a flight out of Hilo for the woman and her three kids without their father’s knowledge. The kid’s dad claims he hasn’t been able to see or speak with his children since they left with Miller and their mother in April.

“I am going through hell and back,” the father says. “I got a bad feeling in my stomach … I do want to go get my kids, they mean the f***ing world to me.”

Miller is apparently running a cannabis company and growing marijuana on the property. According to Rolling Stone’s exposé, “two sources also alleged that there has been frequent and heavy marijuana use in front of the children, with little concern about proper ventilation.”

This is only the latest in a recent spate of trouble for Miller, which has led to him being dropped by Warner Bros. for remaining “Flash” projects.

Last week, a mother and her 12-year-old nonbinary child were granted a temporary harassment prevention order against Miller in Massachusetts. The actor allegedly uncomfortably hugged the kid and touched their hips. Miller purportedly screamed at the mother.

Earlier this month, the parents of 18-year-old activist Gibson Iron Eyes were granted a protective order for their child. The parents accused Miller of grooming the child at age 12 and supplying Gibson with alcohol, marijuana, and LSD. They accused Miller of physical and emotional abuse and displaying cult-like behavior. They claim Miller forced Gibson to identify as nonbinary transgender.

2 thoughts on “A Superhero Actor’s Bizarre Spiral into Disgrace”
  1. Weird, If my living was based upon my looks and appearing in movies, I’d stick to the straight and narrow, live a decent life and respect the fans. Want a picture of me with you while I’m in public, fine.
    When my wife and I went to Hawaii on vacation many many years ago, the tour guide said that Tom Selleck of “Magnum P.I.” fame was very sociable. If a fan recognized him in public and wanted a picture, he was more than happy to stand next to them and smile. Jack Lord of “Hawaii Five-O” fame was a complete a-hole and would walk away. If I was famous, the only time I’d want to be left alone was if I was eating in a restaurant with my family and friends. Talk to me for an autograph when I left and I’d be happy to do it. Fortunately, I’m not a celebrity so I don’t have to worry about it. Kurt

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