Lately, the law enforcement team has been struggling to find the whereabouts of the ‘Fantastic Beast’ actor who is accused of Physically and emotionally abusing and grooming a teen. The scandal was prompted after activist Chase Iron Fist and his spouse Sara Eagle signed a petition against Miller and demanded their child Tokata Iron Eyes’ protection.
Allegations surrounding Ezra Miller-
Rendering to the Petition, Miller “established contact with Tokata Iron Eyes under the pretense of assisting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe during the NoDAPL [No Dakota Access Pipeline] movement … and took an immediate and innocent liking to Tokata Iron Eyes.” Conversely, Tokata’s parents grew anxious in the advent of this brewing relationship between their daughter and Miller as it was unsafe for Tokata’s mental safety and wellness.
They accused Miller of exhibiting “cult-like and psychologically manipulative, controlling behavior,” as stated in the claim.
The Petition also alleged the “Snyder Cut” character of corrupting Tokata with alcohol and drugs and flying her to places such as Vermont, New York, London, California, and Hawaii. Miller also had problems in Hawaii, where he was arrested on suspicion of second-degree assault in April.
Takata’s father, on taking The Times, stated, “They move around so much [that] we’re stuck in this legal limbo situation, and we can’t serve them in any place they’re in long enough.”
What Tokato claimed on her Instagram video-
Jumping Eagle alleged Miller of having control over Tokato’s Insta account. Following this, Tokata released an Instagram video this Thursday to “clarify [that the statements] are directly from me” and that nobody was controlling her.
“It’s distressing that the narrative of the ‘victim in question’ is not being granted any trust. I worked hard to make clear what was going on,” Tokata stated in the video, adding that “it’s nobody’s business and that no one is owed a story or an outcome. This is my life. These are my decisions, and I’m disappointed in my parents and the press.”
On the other side, fans are waiting for Warner bros.’ superhero thriller ‘The Flash’, which is anticipated to release this fall. But the current controversies surrounding the lead star might be difficult for the film’s eminence.
#EzraMiller was literally scheduled + working in LA. Wherever they went was documented by ppl who met them, always positive encounters such as here. A healthy, happy Tokata + her gf tagged along, as did other ppl. So where is this “groomer/runaway/kidnap” bullshit coming from? pic.twitter.com/dSKHe7yOix