Amidst reports that the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court “cannot locate or serve Miller” with the recent protective order granted to the family of Tokata Iron Eyes, The Flash and Fantastic Beasts star Ezra Miller has deleted their Instagram after appearing to taunt authorities over their inability to uncover their current whereabouts.
Miller derided authorities on June 14th, roughly a week after their supposedly questionable relationship with Iron Eyes was made public and just a day before a Massachusetts judge granted another protective order against them, this time to the family of a 12-year-old who accused the actor of having acted wildly inappropriately towards them.
Making use of Instagram’s Story feature, which auto-deletes a given post 24 hours after it was initially published, Miller took to their verified @ezra._x_.aradia account to share a number of images taken from the account of fellow user @vudu.pussy – whose administrator later made clear has no official affiliation with the actor – each of which featured text that seemingly alluded to their current situation.
As screenshotted by Twitter user @wasteland_gz prior to Miller’s deleting of their account, the first such image depicts what appears to be a satin cloth emblazoned with the phrase “you cannot touch me i am in another universe” and sitting under a faucet of running water:
In the next, a screenshot of player character CJ picking up NPC Denise Robinson for a date in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is captioned in a way to imply that other “people” were giving him a “headache”:
The third shows a poem, written on a piece of paper taped to a surface and adorned with fruit stickers, which reads “I am shielded from negative people & their ill intent.”
“My Spirit. Mind. Body,” it continues. “Soul+Success are not altered by anyone’s envy. I am protected from all negative NRG [read: energy] people attempt to throw at me. Subconsciously & consciously. I clear any & all hidden peers who are hidden enemies.”
This brief text detour was then followed by a low-resolution pixel image of a man vomiting featuring the caption, “me remembering how I was nice when I should have said who the f–k do u think you’re talking to”:
Finally, making an apparent second reference to Barry Allen’s multiversal travel abilities, Miller concluded his Instagram Story with a picture that simply read, “Message From Another Dimension”.
Ultimately, shortly after publishing this odd string of messages, Miller fully and completely deleted their account.
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