Ezra Miller is now being accused of housing three young children and their 25-year-old mother at the actor's farm in Vermont with alleged unattended firearms strewn around the place.
The Rolling Stone reported yesterday, June 23, that sources claimed Miller’s farm is an “unsafe environment” for the children, after alleging that firearms were left unattended and that there is “a sizeable cannabis farm” on the actor’s property.
According to the magazine, the source who has "knowledge of the situation" and the Hawaiian parents have contrasting reasons for their stay on the actor's farm.
According to the mother whom Miller met in Hawaii—the place where the actor faced a string of arrests and complaints earlier this year—she and her children had been living on the actor’s farm since mid-April.
“[Ezra’s] home ranch has been a healing haven for us,” she told Rolling Stone, further stating that despite having firearms on the property for “self-defense purposes” they were stored in the house where children never go in.
“My kids are able to relax more into their healing because of the safety and nurturing Ezra has been providing for them,” the mother added.
However, one of the sources claimed seeing the mother’s one-year-old daughter put a loose bullet inside her mouth. Video footage reviewed by the magazine also showed “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.”
Despite this, the mother claimed that Miller helped her “escape from a violent and abusive ex” and gave her children a “safe” environment to be in.
The children’s father, on the other hand, denounced the abuse allegations and reportedly filed a domestic case against the mother for taking the children out of the state without his knowledge. He said that the Flash actor paid for his wife and the kids' flight.
In addition, Rolling Stone found out that Miller’s property has an unregistered sizeable marijuana farm, which affirmed the claim of Miller’s close friend, Whitney Suters, on social media that they were “running a cannabis company called Rebel Alliance Cannabis.”
The source said that there was also frequent use of marijuana around the kids in areas where there is poor ventilation.
This Rolling Stone report was a recent addition to the compounding legal charges and complaints Miller had been facing in the past few weeks.
The actor had legal charges filed against them in two different states—one of which was an order of protection for 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes filed earlier this month by their parents who alleged that the actor groomed their child; another was filed by a mother in Greenfield, Massachusetts for “acting inappropriately” toward a 12-year-old nonbinary child.
As of writing, Miller's whereabouts are yet to be found by the authorities.