Guns, Bullets and Weed: Ezra Miller Housing Three Young Children and Their Mother at Vermont Farm

Guns, Bullets and Weed: Ezra Miller Housing Three Young Children and Their Mother at Vermont Farm.

Guns,  Bullets and Weed, Ezra Miller Housing Three Young Children, Their Mother

Sources claim the living conditions at the Flash star’s farm are unsafe for children, alleging there are weapons lying around and that a one-year-old put a loose bullet in her mouth

Ezra Miller has been hosting a 25-year-old mother and her three young children at their Vermont farm, a living arrangement that worries the children’s father, as well as two others with knowledge of the situation, Rolling Stone has learned.

Two sources with knowledge of the situation expressed concern to Rolling Stone that it is an unsafe environment for children, alleging there are unattended guns strewn around the home on Miller’s 96-acre property. One source, who, like the other, requested anonymity for fear of retribution, recalled an instance where one of the children — a one-year-old — allegedly picked up a loose bullet and put it in her mouth.

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

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

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

The mother appears to still be living at Miller’s farm, according to pictures posted to her Instagram account as recently as Monday. The mother did not reply to Rolling Stone‘s request for clarification.

Video footage from April reviewed by Rolling Stone shows at least eight assault weapons, rifles, and handguns lying around the living room, with some weapons propped up next to a pile of stuffed animals.

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