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Ezra Miller’s Dangerous Obsession with Guns, Drugs and S*x Is Revealed: Flame Throwers, Weed, and “huge Ak-47s”!

Ezra Miller's Dangerous Obsession with Guns, Drugs, and Sex Is Revealed: Flame Throwers, Weed, and "huge Ak-47s"!

A new story adds detail to the growing list of complaints against Ezra Miller, who plays Barry Allen on The Flash. Vanity Fair conducted an in-depth interview with people who know Miller well and released their findings online today; the article contains frightening information regarding Miller’s interactions with women and their mental health issues.

Miller who uses they/them pronouns and identifies as non-binary, but is identified by certain Vanity Fair sources with he/him pronouns has been living on a farm in Vermont since 2017, and according to sources, they have an altar in their home with “bullets, cannabis, sage, and Flash figurines.” Miller, who Vanity Fair claims to be in charge of a “court harem” of women, is said to exert power and authority via a makeshift altar.

The women are required to “give” their cell phones and other items at the entrance, a source informed Vanity Fair.

According to one of Miller’s acquaintances, their interactions with females resemble “a patriarchal dictatorship where Ezra controls all the s*x as the man and plays the ladies against each other, screams at them, belittles them in front of the others.”

According to Vanity Fair, Miller considers themself a messiah and has referred to themselves as “Jesus and the devil.” According to one source, “He’d talk about the metaverse and the medication and how they’re the Messiah and what his role is here.”

A source told the magazine that Erza Miller even incorporated the actor’s character, The Flash on DC’s The Flash, into his beliefs. According to the source, Miller was saying something to the effect that “the Flash is the one who brings the multiverses together exactly like Jesus.”

Miller’s disturbing preoccupation with firearms is discussed in the Vanity Fair article as well. According to various sources, Miller’s mother and friends eventually put the actor’s weaponry in a safe out of fear for his safety.

A buddy told Vanity Fair, “They had a flame thrower and all these gigantic AK-47s sitting around,” describing the scene not long after the purported safe incident when Miller was given access to their weapons again. Quite simply, firearms were everywhere.

Miller’s statement last month confessing their mental health difficulties and sharing that they were seeking therapy sets the stage for this shocking story. “I am suffering serious mental health concerns and have initiated continuing treatment,” Miller wrote in a statement that was released to Variety in August. Please accept my apologies if my prior actions have alarmed or angered you.

Miller felt compelled to make a comment because, as his representative put it, “The Flash was in jeopardy,” which “was a wake-up call” for them. According to Vanity Fair, Miller has been getting “therapy and treatment” while filming more footage for The Flash.

In spite of this, the actor’s commitment to recovery has been questioned by those closest to them. In the words of one source quoted by the media, “If he is going through therapy, he is just acting through it.”

As his representative informed Vanity Fair, Miller is “very seriously” committing to their therapy.

There will be a theatrical debut for The Flash in 2023.

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