According to a new Vanity Fair investigation on the actor Ezra Miller’s deplorable behaviour over the past two years, they have a peculiar obsession with guns and believe they are the messiah leading the Indigenous revolution.
What Happened to Ezra Miller?
According to individuals close to Miller, they had always struggled with their mental health, and the pandemic’s start as well as the turmoil of their parents’ divorce served as major catalysts for them. One of the people involved in the actor’s trip to Iceland and the subsequent events remarked, “The issue is, with Ezra, there’s absolutely no strategy.” “There is absolute mayhem.”
Miller was travelling in Iceland with Jasper Young Bear, a medicine man from North Dakota who also served as the actor’s spiritual guide. Miller’s “close friend,” according to a source, Young Bear pushed Miller to think of themself as a messiah.
The source (Miller uses they/them pronouns but apparently does not insist on these if the person is close to them) said that Jasper “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.”
The source said, “He’d talk about the metaverse and medicine and how they’re the Messiah and what his role is here. The source also criticized Miller’s preoccupation with young people, saying they would promise jobs and homes when they were aware that these young people were vulnerable to economic strife and then never follow through on these promises.
“They say their spiritual practice is to be among the people – which means party. So, when in Iceland, he was out nonstop. His favourite were raves, where he’d go on benders for two or three days at a time.”
Miller owns a ranch in Vermont where they have given people in terrible circumstances sanctuary. Sources expressed alarm, though, about the number of weaponry in the home and the fact that they weren’t kept in a secure location.
One guy said that they brandished an AR-15 while singing while burning sage in the barrel of the weapon. According to a different version, a young girl picked up a bullet that was on the ground and put it in her mouth. Miller went into a tailspin after the guns were secured in a safe following the incident with the Ku Klux Klan.
When we arrived, one source recalled, “Ezra was lying facedown on the floor, and there was a large bow and arrow primed on the table, facing the entrance.”
There are always people at the house, but this time there was just Ezra, who was kind of inebriated and alone himself with a bow and arrow because the other occupants had stolen the guns and locked them away.
Miller and the Warner Bros. execs met in August. In a meeting to consider The Flash’s future, Discovery expressed regret for the “bad publicity” the movie had received as a result of the news stories regarding the actor’s behaviour.
Following a recent period of extreme crises, Miller announced in a statement, “I now recognize that I am experiencing significant mental health challenges and have started continuing treatment.” “I am dedicated to undertaking the work required to return to a healthy, safe, and productive stage in my life. I want to apologize to everyone that my past behaviour has alarmed and offended.