Ezra Miller: Police searching for mother and three children who were staying with actor

Ezra Miller

Police suspect that Ezra Miller may be hiding the whereabouts of a mother with three young children, who authorities are trying to track down.

Officers have been trying to find the 25-year-old mother of three children, aged one, four, and five, to serve her an emergency care order which requires that her children are taken into care by the Vermont Department for Children and Families.

According to a court document seen by Rolling Stone, the mother and her children had been living at Miller’s Vermont farm, and Vermont State Police visited the property multiple times earlier this week.

But Miller told police that the family had not lived there in months, and the Vermont State Attorney’s office suspects that they may be helping the mother to “evade service” of the order.

Rolling Stone previously reported that Miller had met the family in Hawaii, and that they had flown her and her children out of the state to Vermont in mid-April.

At the time, sources claimed the farm was unsafe for children because of the number of unattended guns inside, while the mother said that the family had escaped an abusive situation and that Miller’s farm had been “a healing haven”.

Ezra Miller was charged with burglary this month

The situation at Ezra Miller’s farm is the latest in a long list of allegations made against The Flash actor.

Miller’s behaviour has been under scrutiny since April 2020, when video footage emerged on Twitter showing them appearing to choke a fan before pushing her to the floor in a bar in Iceland.

Earlier this month, they were charged with burglary after allegedly breaking into a Vermont home and stealing several bottles of alcohol while the homeowners were away.

On top of the burglary charge, this year alone Miller has also been arrested for disorderly conduct, hit with multiple restraining and protective orders and accused of grooming.

The actor has also been hit with several restraining orders.

In March, a Hawaiian couple filed a temporary restraining order against Miller after allegations that they “burst into the bedroom of the petitioner(s) and threatened” a man “saying ‘I will bury you and your s**t wife”. The couple later mysteriously dropped the restraining order.

In June, the parents of 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes – who was 12 when they met Miller for the first time – filed a protective order against the actor on their child’s behalf, alleging Miller had used “violence, fear, and drugs” to manipulate the teen.

That same month, a mother and child were granted a temporary harassment protection order against Miller, after the mother alleged that Miller threatened her with a gun.