Ezra Miller, the actor who was going to star and is involved in scandals and accusations

It is, sadly, a story repeated in that factory of nightmares that Hollywood also knows how to be: the story of a rising star, with everything to succeed, who collapses between scandalous accusations. The last of that lineage is Ezra Miller.

The 29-year-old actor was denounced for breaking into a house in Vermont was served with a burglary report. The loot was bottles of alcohol.

It is the latest, and previously most harmless scandal of one of the most promising stars in Hollywood. He became known for being The Flash, the superhero, in movies and series and had a recurring role in the Fantastic Beasts saga. None of that is going to happen again and each new complaint against him is shaping a disturbing story: the fall from grace of Miller, who went from generational idol to hallucinated new age guru in just two years.

The new robbery charges are the least alarming, since they are added to accusations of kidnapping, harassment and intimidation of minors and of having created a strange sect around his figure.

Miller was one of the most interesting and eccentric actors in the new Hollywood. In the interviews he was original and unique, he declared himself as a non-binary gender person, concerned about social injustice, the oppression of minorities and environmentalism. He talked about his polyamory group or raising goats on his farm with the same ease with which he promoted the movie of the day.

In April 2020, a fan started dancing with him in a bar in Iceland and Miller grabbed her by the neck and wrestled her to the ground. Someone recorded a video of the incident and it went viral.

It is now known, thanks to an Insider investigation, that during his stay in Iceland, Miller drew attention for his “putrid stench” and for walking “barefoot through the frigid streets of Reykjavik, revealing long, pointy fingernails and what looked like a infected foot wound.

According to several witnesses, he gathered a group of people in an Airbnb they rented in the Kópavogur suburb, with one visitor comparing the atmosphere to that of a cult.

“I felt like everyone was hypnotized,” he declared. “Between Miller’s impromptu commune, her monologues about spirituality, and his emotional outbursts, rumors began to circulate in Reykjavik that the star was leading a cult,” the magazine notes.

in Hawaii. There she had a second altercation: she got into a fight with a couple in a karaoke from whom she snatched the microphone for a song by Lady Gaga.

Miller was reported to have been irritated by a karaoke rendition of the ballad “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Police later removed him from another Hilo property. He ended up in jail, but a friend posted bail. A few days later, his friend denounced the actor for threats. In all, Miller had 10 run-ins with police during the couple of months he spent in Hawaii.

His latest complaints place him in Stamford, Vermont. There he has a farm where he plants marijuana, practices free love and retains, according to the relatives of those affected, several young women who idolize him in a place that the complainants define as “a terrifying situation typical of a sect.”

According to an investigation by Rolling Stone in June, Miller houses a 25-year-old mother and her three children, ages one to five, on her ranch. The father of the minors would have denounced the facts for understanding that it is not a safe environment. The magazine assures that there are videos where up to eight weapons are seen scattered around the house, some stacked among piles of stuffed animals.

Miller appeared on television and in film for more than a decade, beginning with the series Californication. Roles since then have included Trashcan Man in the 2021 remake of the TV miniseries “The Stand” and wizard Credence Barebone in Fantastic Beasts.

But Miller is best known for playing the Flash, a speedy superhero, beginning in the 2016 films Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice and The Justice League. He has The Flash in post-production with Ben Affleck and Michael Keaton.

“Queer actor Ezra Miller is the hero we need right now,” The Guardian headlined in 2018.

Miller grew up in an artistic environment in a wealthy part of New Jersey. Her father is a literary editor and her mother is a modern dancer. He made his acting debut at the age of six in Phillip Glass’s opera White Raven at the Metropolitan and upon completion he decided that he preferred to pursue film. We have to talk about Kevin (2011) and The Perks of Being Invisible (2013) made him a cult actor. What corresponded was, then, to enter one of those franchises that burst the box office. He got two.

However, that streak has been interrupted with the increased density. In one of the most resounding falls in the world of entertainment.

Warner, the studio behind Flash and Fantastic Beasts, has called emergency meetings to address the scandal. At the moment the Flash solo movie maintains its premiere for June 23, 2023. It is already shot and has cost 200 million dollars. They will be the impossible so that it can be shown.

Miller is in free fall. And that’s never a show that fans of movie stuff like.

Ezra Miller, the actor who was going to star and is involved in scandals and accusations