Ezra Miller Said He Has A Congregation ‘Christ’, Wants To Lead An ‘Aboriginal Revolution’ – Report

A source also said that Miller believes that their union with the Tokata Iron Eyes, whom they are accused of teaching, is supposed to “lead to the end of the world.”

Ezra Miller is taking Facebook and DC’s multiverse very seriously, according to a new report.

Vanity Fair has published an investigative piece chronicling the ongoing arrests of the “The Flash” star and his latest apology citing mental health concerns. Per Vanity Fair, Miller, who is known to be non-binary and uses their pronouns, has been struggling with numerous mental health issues for more than two years since their parents’ divorce in 2019 and the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.

Miller was arrested for disorderly conduct and harassment and then second-degree assault and received a felony theft charge in August. The “Perks of Being a Wallflower” alum has also been at the center of child endangerment accusations, including allegations of caring for teens starting at the age of 12.

A source in the new Vanity Fair report claims that Miller believes he is a Christ-like figure destined to marry 18-year-old environmental activist Toccata Iron Eyes, whose parents have requested a court injunction against Miller, stating in court documents that the actor met Toccata six years ago. years when they were twelve and Miller was twenty-three.

A source from Vermont’s Miller complex, nicknamed “The Mountain,” told outlets, “Ezra is Jesus, and Toccata is the horrific Native American spider goddess, and their union is supposed to lead to the end of the world.” “And that’s the ‘real’ reason why everyone is against being together.”

Iron Eyes’ mother, Jumping Eagle, added, “They say they are some kind of Messiah, and they will lead the Aboriginal revolution.”

Iron Eyes’ parents alleged that Miller used “violence, intimidation, threats of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs to control the young teen Tokata” as well as “cult-like behavior” and grooming the teen. Jumping Eagle also accused Miller of influencing Tokata’s decision to come out as a non-binary transgender.

Jump Eagle continued, “If someone gets angry with Ezra, they are transphobic or trans-Nazis. Because we are trying to protect our daughter and trying to point out what Ezra did to hurt our daughter, we are now a ‘transphobic.'”

The Mountain has been described as a “court harem” of mostly young women who are encouraged to leave their cell phones at Miller’s “altar,” which also includes toy figures of Flash. Another source added that Miller’s complex is “actually a patriarchal dictatorship where Ezra controls all sex like a man, playing women against each other, yelling at them, and belittling them in front of others.”

Miller is said to “verbally and emotionally” abuse their followers and refer to himself as Jesus and Satan. It seems that the actor can often be found “claiming that the Flash is the one who holds the multiverse together just like Jesus.”

An insider revealed: “He was talking about the metaverse and medicine and how they are Christ and what he’s doing here.” “They say their spiritual practice is to be among the people—which means party. So, when he was in Iceland, he was outside nonstop. His favorite parties were to rave, going on laps for two or three days at a time.”

Miller has been filmed strangling a woman in Iceland, with new details emerging of Miller’s spiritual advisor Jasper Young Bear as an encouraging and empowering figure.

Jasper was telling Ezra that he’s not part of the movement, he I was movement – that he was the next Messiah and that the Freemasons send demons to kill him,” one source claimed. Miller’s representative referred to him as a “dear friend” of Miller.

Among Miller’s “dear friends” is actress Susan Sarandon, according to Miller’s representative. A “complete nonsense” account from a source, as defended by Miller’s representative, is that Miller was “requiring Susan Sarandon to come to pay tribute to his altar because she did not invite Ezra to a dinner party.”

Miller’s spokesperson added that Miller’s continued drug use “isn’t the problem, mental health is the problem,” and shared, “The things that led to their recent mental health concerns were a mix of complex stress-related issues.”

Sources went on to claim that Miller would hate children at risk with “visions of greatness” and promise to make them famous.

“He would say to these kids, ‘You’re going to be in my bands, I’m going to produce your album and you can run my music studio,’” the insider said. “Whether they were visual artists or DJs or kids who were in college—or sometimes kids who might be homeless—he was recruiting them. In a period of weakness, he promises them all these things.”

Writer and director Stephen Chbosky, who directed The Perks of Being a Wallflower, told VF that although he hasn’t spoken to Miller in a decade, he wrote a letter to the actor once the arrest reports were announced.

Chbosky said, “I hope Ezra finds the light he sheds brightly again when we shot the movie, because the kid I met was a remarkably magical person. And I always like to believe that this person is always there, and I hope they can find the help they need.” “.

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