Ezra Miller allegedly houses a young mother and her three young children on a farm in Vermont, allegedly stocked with firearms, ammunition, and marijuana.
Multiple sources familiar with the situation, including the children’s father, have made accusations against Rolling Stone in a disclosure published Thursday.
Two sources expressed concern for the safety of the children, ages 1 and 5, claiming that there were unattended guns strewn throughout the house, which is located on the 96-acre “Fantastic Beasts” star property in Stamford, Vt.
Rolling Stone claims to have reviewed video footage from April showing at least eight assault weapons, rifles and pistols scattered around the home’s living room, noting that some of the weapons were propped up alongside stuffed animals.
One source added that the one-year-old girl once picked up a loose bullet and put it in her mouth.
In addition, both sources claimed that there was frequent and heavy use of marijuana in front of children. The outlet reported that there is a large cannabis farm on Miller’s estate, which is not among the 25 licensed growers of the state.
According to the publication, the 25-year-old woman and her children have lived in the “Perks of Being a Wallflower” star’s estate since mid-April, having met in Hilo, Hawaii, the previous month.
However, the mother insists that she and her children are not in danger. In fact, she told the outlet that Miller helped her escape from her alleged “violent and abusive” ex-husband and gave her “a safe environment for [her] Three very young children.”
According to Rolling Stone, the mother filed a domestic violence and paternity case against the father of her children in Hawaii last May, but the first was dropped when both parents failed to appear in court. The father denies all allegations of abuse.
The paternity case was put on hold by a judge in October 2021 due to the father’s failure to file. Later, he filed a home lawsuit against the mother after she fled the state in April. This case is still pending.
The children’s father claims that Miller – who knows he is non-binary and uses their pronouns – flew the woman and three young children to his Vermont home without his knowledge. He told Rolling Stone that he has not been able to see or speak to his children since then.
“I had a bad feeling in my stomach,” said the father, who is not identified by name. “I want to bring my children, they mean King Realm to me.”
In mid-May, he called the Vermont Department of Children and Families (DCF) and local police for health checks for his children.
A social worker allegedly visited Miller’s farm on May 16 and told the father that his children “looked good,” but felt they had “more work to do,” according to text messages reviewed by Rolling Stone.
These are just the latest of several troubling situations that Miller has been involved in this year.
Earlier this month, the worried parents of an 18-year-old in North Dakota charged the “Justice League” star for allegedly grooming their children with “cult-like” and “psychological manipulative” behaviours, which the teen has vehemently denied.
The following week, a worried parent in Massachusetts accused Miller of behaving inappropriately toward their 12-year-old.
According to The Daily Beast, both the parent and child were granted a temporary restraining order against the actor “without prior notice because the court determined that there was a significant possibility of an immediate risk of harassment.”
Miller was also arrested multiple times in Hawaii – first for disorderly conduct and harassment and then second-degree assault – in March and April, respectively.
The actor was embroiled in another controversy in 2022 when a video surfaced showing him strangling a fan in a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Page Six has reached out to a Miller representative for comment.