According to a number of the actor’s close associates, the rabbit hole of The Flash star Ezra Miller’s recent run of troubling behavior goes even deeper than previously believed, as in addition to having supposedly grooming of a number of children and proved a personal disregard for the law, they also reportedly believe themselves to be the actual Jesus Christ.

Source: The Flash: Season Zero “Monsters & Meltdowns Part 1 of 2” (2015), DC. Words by Sterling Gates, art by Ibrahim Moustafa and Nick Filardi.

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These new allegations regarding Miller’s almost two-year spiral into super villainy were first reported on September 19th by Vanity Fair, who themselves gleaned the details by speaking “to more than a dozen people who crossed paths with Miller in recent years, some of whom worked closely or lived with the actor on the 95-acre farm in Vermont”.

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As per their recollections, while these individuals for the most part believed Miller’s troubles stemmed from unaddressed mental health issues, their understanding did not preclude them from recognizing the actor’s continually devolving treatment of those close to them as wholly unhinged.

Some of those interviewed by Vanity Fair claimed that not only has Miller “verbally and emotionally abused those around them,” but that the actor has also taken to referring to “themself alternately as Jesus and the devil”.

Source: Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021), HBO Max

One source further asserted that this particular delusion was being self-reinforced by Miller’s role as DC’s current cinematic Scarlet Speedster, with the actor drawing the comparison “that the Flash is the one who brings the multiverses together just like Jesus.”

Meanwhile, three other sources shared their belief that the divorce of Miller’s parents in 2019 was the proverbial ‘straw that broke the camel’s back’ regarding the actor’s mental health, with a longtime friend noting, “Ezra didn’t start freaking out and losing control of themselves in public until after this happened.”

“The Iceland incident happened,” he added, referring to Miller’s now infamous 2020 choking of a woman outside of a local pub, “ and then it just kept going and going and going and going.”

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A spokesperson for Miller denied that the actor’s parents ending their marriage played a major factor in recent events, telling Vanity Fair, “The matters leading up to their recent mental health concerns were a combination of complex, stress-related issues.”

However, according to another one of Miller’s associates, this combination also included a significant ego-stroking from a 55-year-old North Dakotan medicine man named Jasper Young Bear, who accompanied the actor to Iceland after having been contracted to serve as their personal spiritual adviser.

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”Bear was telling Ezra that he wasn’t a part of the movement, he was the movement—that he was the next Messiah and that the Freemasons were sending demons out to kill him,” said the source, who also noted that he sometimes uses male pronouns for Miller because the actor does not harp on their nonbinary identity being acknowledged while in private conversation.

“He’d talk about the metaverse and the medicine and how they’re the Messiah and what his work is here,” the source continued. “They say their spiritual practice is to be among the people—which means party. So, when in Iceland, he was out nonstop. His favorite were raves, where he’d go on benders for two or three days at a time.”

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Amidst these ‘missions’, said another source, Miller would promise the world to a number of young people he met, enticing them to their side with such promises as, “‘You’re going to be in my band, and I’m going to produce your album and you can run my music studio.’”

“Whether they were visual artists, DJs, kids that were in college—or sometimes kids who might have been homeless—he would recruit them in a period of vulnerability, and promise them all of these things,” lamented the source.

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Yet, like with most things concerning this situation, Miller’s call to ‘spiritual service’ would not stop there.

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One source informed Vanity Fair that the actor has also enveloped themself in an apocalypse narrative involving Miller’s current traveling companion Tokata Iron Eyes, the young woman who came to public attention after her parents requested a protective order against the Justice League star on the grounds that they had groomed their daughter with a variety of “cult-like” behaviors beginning at the age of 12.

“Ezra is Jesus, and Tokata’s an apocalyptic Native American spider goddess, and their union is supposed to bring about the apocalypse,” detailed a source. “And that’s the ‘real’ reason everyone is so opposed to them being together.”

Source: Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021), Warner Bros. Entertainment

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Not only that, but Tokata’s mother, Sara Jumping Eagle told Vanity Fair that Miller has professed that despite possessing absolutely zero Native American ancestry or heritage, “they are some kind of messiah, and they’re going to lead an Indigenous revolution.”

“He professes that he walks through this world with an Indigenous humility and spiritual awareness,” dismissed an Indigenous insider. “But, point of fact, he doesn’t at all. Because he doesn’t care.”

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Further, a number of those who spoke to Vanity Fair criticized Miller’s self-professed polyamorous lifestyle for treating his relationships less like any sort of democracy and more of a “court harem”

“An openly polyamorous lifestyle—that’s not inherently wrong to me,” said one of Miller’s friends. “[But this] is actually a patriarchal dictatorship where Ezra controls all the sex as the man, and plays the women against each other, screams at them, belittles them in front of the others.”

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In this same vein, some also took issue with what they saw as Miller’s weaponizing of their nonbinary identity, particularly as a way to shut down any and all criticism of the actor’s behavior.

“If somebody pisses off Ezra, they’re transphobic or a transphobic Nazi,” explained Jumping Eagle. “Because we’re trying to protect our daughter and we’re trying to point out what Ezra’s done to harm our daughter, now we’re ‘transphobic.’”

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A supposed “queer associate” of Miller’s even questioned whether the actor genuinely believed they were nonbinary at all, asserting, “To me, those are clear instances of manipulation, where it’s like, are you really queer? Or is that just a fun way to marginalize yourself so you can be even shittier to others?”

Unsurprisingly, Miller’s rep denied these claims, countering that the Flash actor ““stands up for civil rights, gender equality, encourages conversation and discourse, so weaponizing identity runs counter to who they are.”

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At one point, said multiple sources, Miller’s mind deteriorated to the point where the actor’s friends forcibly removed their access to the number of firearms said to litter their Vermont farm by locking them away in a safe.

During this episode, believing that their friends had betrayed them and were out to get them, Miller took out his phone while speaking to a small crowd of people and proceeded to call a number of their associates and “fire every single person, starting from business people, his parents, just every single person, one by one.”

“He’d kind of start giggling after the person would start crying or something,” they recalled.

Source: Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (2022), Warner Bros. Pictures

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In one particularly bizarre encounter, during a March visit by Miller and Iron Eyes to Hawaii, the pair made the acquaintance of a local polygamous family.

Upon their meeting, Miller supposedly told the family that the two were seeking to trade in the glitz and glamor of Hollywood for a simple island life as a way to help Iron Eyes escape what they claimed was an abusive family.

Source: Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021), HBO Max

“He acted like he was a righteous man or a man of God, and he’s helping this woman out. ‘She needs some safety,’” said the polygamous family’s patriarch, who wished to remain anonymous.

“[Miller] expressed that they had experienced a lot of trauma and weird s–t in the Hollywood scene,” added one of the family’s four wives, Kaelyn. “And we were like, ‘Hell yeah, we’ll help you out.’”

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Then, after just two weeks, Miller and Iron Eyes up and left the family’s island property, allegedly taking one of the wives, 25-year old Ana, and her three children with them.

“The way I describe it is, it’s like you’re in a nonconsensual emotional BDSM relationship with Ezra,” described one source.

Another bluntly affirmed that “every interaction with Ezra is an altercation.”

Source: Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021), Warner Bros. Entertainment

After months of avoiding law enforcement and refusing to speak on their trail of controversies, Miller’s wild ride appeared to come to an end on August 15th when the actor, seemingly in an attempt to help salvage The Flash’s box office potential, told Variety, “Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment.”

“I want to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior,” the Barry Allen actor added. “I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe and productive stage in my life.”

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However, a number of Miller’s friends say that they find this declaration hard to believe, as the actor has a history of bending the truth and being flippant towards the idea of getting any sort of mental health treatment.

“If he is going through therapy,” asserted one source, “he’s just acting through it.”

Source: Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021), HBO Max

Of course, Miller’s spokesperson rejected this characterization, adamantly telling Vanity Fair that the actor is “taking their therapy and treatment very seriously.”

Reflecting on their friendship with Miller, one friend surmised that this entire chain of events occurred in large part due to the actor being surrounded by “yes men”.

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“Even though I’ve learned that Ezra’s such an a–hole, I don’t think it exonerates the people that were happy to eat off Ezra’s plate until it didn’t suit them anymore,” the friend concluded. “I think they ended up probably accidentally being complicit in real weird abuses in power and celebrity.”

Source: The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive Vol. 2 #1 (2022), DC Comics. Variant cover art by Andy Muschetti.

According to Vanity Fair, Miller is currently shooting additional scenes for The Flash.

Audiences can find out whether this post-production work will do anything to salvage the film’s reputation when the Fastest Man Alive bolts into theaters on June 23rd, 2023.

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