Ezra Miller has three young children on a farm full of drugs and guns

Ezra Miller is hosting a 25-year-old mother and her three young children on his Vermont farm, a living arrangement that worries the children’s father as well as two other people with knowledge of the situation. Rolling Stone Learned.

Two sources with knowledge of the situation expressed concern about Rolling Stone which is an unsafe environment for children, claiming that there are unattended guns scattered around the house on Miller’s 96-acre property. One source, who, like the other, requested anonymity for fear of reprisals, recalled a case in which one of the children – a one-year-old child – allegedly picked up a stray bullet and put it in his mouth.

The mother and children, aged between one and five at least until June, according to local sources, have been living on Miller’s farm in Stamford, Vermont, since mid-April. The actor met the woman in Hilo, Hawaii, who Miller was visiting in March. The actor in trouble, who is set to star in Warner Bros.’ anticipated The Flash, racked up a string of arrests in Hawaii, causing an emergency meeting with studio executives about their future with the franchise. (Miller is non-binary and uses the pronouns they/they.)

In the midst of this unfolding crisis, the children’s father claims Rolling Stone that Miller secured a flight out of Hawaii for the woman and their children, allegedly without their father’s knowledge. He claims he has not been able to see or speak to his children since their departure. (Rolling Stone is retaining the names of the mother and father.)

“I go through hell and back,” says the father. “I have a bad feeling in my stomach… I want to go get my kids, they mean the fucking world to me.”

Representatives for Miller did not respond to a request for comment.

The mother appears to still be living on Miller’s farm, according to photos posted to her Instagram account on Monday. mother did not answer Rolling Stoneof the request for clarification.

The two sources confirmed seeing children there with their mother, describing a chaotic environment that is unsafe for children.

April video footage analyzed by Rolling Stone shows at least eight assault weapons, rifles, and handguns scattered around the living room, with a few weapons propped up next to a pile of stuffed animals.

Asked why he didn’t go to the farm with the police or confront Miller directly, the father says: “I don’t want to [the children] to see something like this. I just want them to see this, ‘Hey [Dad] appeared, let’s get in the car and go.’ It was traumatic enough.”

The two sources also claimed that there was frequent and heavy use of marijuana in front of the children, with little concern for proper ventilation. Rolling Stone also discovered that there is a sizable cannabis growing farm on Miller’s property, with Miller’s close friend and alleged “handyman” Whitney Suters claiming on social media that the two ran a cannabis company called Rebel Alliance Cannabis.

Numerous photos posted on Suters’ social media pages indicate that there are far more marijuana plants than the two mature plants allowed in Vermont or four immature plants that citizens can own. Suters told a Facebook friend that there were at least 28 different strains growing for a fall 2021 crop.

Miller’s farm is not among the state’s 25 licensed growers who are allowed to grow more than six plants and can sell to wholesalers, Rolling Stone confirmed with the Vermont Cannabis Control Board.

The father claims he had been trying to get his children off the farm since April. After learning of alleged weapons and drug use on Miller’s property in mid-May, he called the Vermont Department of Children and Families (DCF) and local police to conduct welfare checks. But the father alleges that the police disregarded his claims and that when a worker with DCF visited the house, the worker claimed he found nothing wrong.

Rolling Stone reviewed text messages between the father and a registered number for a Vermont social worker, who said in a text that they visited the home on May 16 and the kids “seemed fine,” noting that the worker had “more work to do.” to do”. It is unclear whether the social worker has returned home. (In a request for comment, DCF said it does not provide information about home visits. Vermont State Police did not respond to requests for comment.)

It’s the latest worrying situation Miller finds himself in after two groups of parents reportedly sought protection and restraining orders against Miller, whose recent behavior has potentially put any future involvement with the superhero franchise at serious risk.

Earlier this month, Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle filed for protection on behalf of their 18-year-old son Gibson, a well-known Standing Rock activist. (Gibson uses the pronouns she/they.) The parents claimed Rolling Stone that Miller had groomed Gibson, who the actor met when Gibson was 12, and earlier this year said Miller supplied Gibson with a high dose of LSD.

“If [they] They were from [their] right mind and just making wrong decisions, I would be like, ‘OK, you have to learn the hard way,'” Gibson’s mother previously said. Rolling Stone about her son. “But [they’re] not just having mental health issues, but there’s a predator taking advantage [them] at the same time.”

However, Gibson released a statement of his own on Instagram claiming he suffered “emotional and psychological manipulation” while living with his parents. In another video, Gibson called his parents’ concerns “blatantly offensive.”

On June 16, another parent obtained a temporary restraining order against Miller on behalf of their 12-year-old son in Massachusetts, according to The Daily Beast. The order was granted by the Greenfield District Court “without notice because the Court has determined that there is a substantial likelihood of an immediate danger of harassment.”

During Miller’s visit to Hawaii, the actor was arrested twice and at least 10 calls were made to local police about his behavior. The first arrest resulted from a disorderly conduct charge when Miller was attacked by a couple at karaoke, singing “Shallow” by a star is born on March 28th.

Later that night, Miller allegedly entered a couple’s bedroom and threatened them, saying, “I’m going to burn you and your slut wife,” according to the request for a temporary restraining order that the couple filed. Miller also allegedly stole a passport and wallet.

Miller was arrested again on April 19 after he allegedly threw a chair at a 26-year-old woman when asked to leave a private home, leaving the woman with a half-inch gash on her forehead.

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