Ezra Miller Accused of Supplying Underaged Girl with Drugs and Alcohol

Ezra Miller
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Ezra Miller
Credit: WB

2022 has been a rough year so far for Ezra Miller and while he's exactly no stranger to being involved in controversies, the last couple of months have proven to be the worst as he faced allegations of harassment and violence. Now, it seems like there's no end in sight for the DC Extended Universe actor who is currently being accused of manipulating an underaged girl.

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The parents of a girl named Tokata Iron Eyes are coming out to accuse Ezra of taking advantage of their daughter when she was still a minor. According to a report from TMZ, the two met in 2016 when the actor was visiting the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.

Miller, who was 23 during the time developed a close friendship with the then 12-year-old Tokata and later flew her to London to see the filming of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a film which stars the actor. As their friendship progressed, he allegedly began supplying Tokata with alcohol, marijuana, and LSD.

However, Tokata recently took to her Instagram page to dismiss the said rumors, claiming that her parents' accusations "hold no weight and are frankly transphobic". Meanwhile, the 29-year-old actor has yet to offer an official statement regarding the latest scandal involving him. Check out Tokata's statement below:

Also Read: DC Fans Call for Ezra Miller's Firing Following Latest Harassment Controversy

It'll be interesting to see if the alleged victim's parents will actually press charges against the actor despite their daughter's refutal. I gotta say, things aren't looking great for Miller and with his DCEU co-star Amber Heard's career seemingly in jeopardy, it's possible that he'll suffer the same fate, especially with the controversies he's been facing.

Meanwhile, The Flash is now scheduled for release on June 23, 2023.

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