Ezra Miller Just Deleted Their Social Media As Court Tries To Locate Flash Star

By Michileen Martin | Published

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Ezra Miller has played The Flash, they’ve played Credence Barebone of the Wizarding World, and they’ve played Trashcan Man in The Stand. Maybe it’s time someone cast them as the Invisible Man. In the wake of Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle succeeding in getting an order of protection on behalf of their 18-year-old-child Tokata Iron Eyes against Miller, the actor started traveling and as of today have deleted their social media accounts.

As reported by CBR, before deleting their Instagram, Ezra Miller posted messages to their stories with what seems like the intent of mocking the court while at the same time referencing their upcoming film The Flash. One reads, for example, “You cannot touch me I am in another universe.” You can see screenshots of some of those posts below.

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In their longest post, in a format reminiscent of poetry, Miller writes, “I am shielded from negative people & their ill intent. My spirit, mind, body, soul + success are not altered by anyone’s envy. I am protected from all negative NRG people attempt to throw at me. Subconsciously & consciously. I clear any & all hidden peers who are hidden enemies.”

Things started heating up under Ezra Miller more after last week when news broke that Tokata Iron Eyes’ parents were accusing Miller of grooming their child since they were 12 and Miller was 23. The Perks of Being a Wallflower star reportedly met Tokata in 2016 when they visited the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota. Two years later — when Tokata was 14 and Miller was 25 — Miller flew Tokata to England to visit the Leavesden studio where much of 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was filmed. Tokata’s parents claim it was during this trip that Miller allegedly began exposing Tokata to illegal drugs.

Since then, Tokata’s parents allege Ezra Miller influenced the child to leave boarding school, move in with Miller, and stripped Tokata of crucial personal items (e.g. legal identification, wallet, car keys). They also claim when they visited Tokata in Miller’s Vermont home, they found bruises on their child which they believe were inflicted by Miller.

Ezra Miller’s behavior seems to be getting increasingly erratic and unpredictable. In March they were arrested for disorderly conduct after some alleged violence in a bar, and they were arrested a second time in April. The second time, Miller was accused of breaking a woman’s nose with a chair at a party. They were also accused of threatening a couple they were staying with, and of stealing things like their wallet, passport, etc. Back in 2020, in an incident that all on its own would seem like enough to kill most Hollywood careers, Miller was caught on video seemingly choking a woman. Back in January, when their social media was still up and running, Miller uploaded a video to Instagram in which they ordered a reportedly nonexistent chapter of the Ku Klux Klan to commit suicide. Warner Bros. may very well claim the Miller isn’t being replaced as The Flash, but if they haven’t started coming up with some kind of alternate plan, they better start soon.