Ezra Miller’s Controversies Reportedly Triggered by Their Parents

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It's no secret to a lot of people that Ezra Miller's personal life has been shrouded in controversy for the better part of the last two years. The actor, who is set to appear in DC's standalone The Flash film has been involved in altercations with several different people this year alone and while they recently issued an apology, fans are still clueless regarding the origin of his erratic behavior.

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Now, a new report from Vanity Fair sheds new light on the root cause of the 29-year-old star's attitude problem. As per the outlet's source, Miller began experiencing a downward spiral following the divorce of their parents in 2019. According to the unidentified source claiming to be one of Ezra's close friends, Robert and Martha Miller informed their children about the separation which triggered the actor's personal issue.

They shared: "Ezra didn’t start freaking out and losing control of themselves in public until after this happened." He continued: "The Iceland incident happened, and then it just kept going and going and going and going."

As it stands, Ezra has yet to address the latest revelation around his streak of controversies but we're hoping his mental health therapy is doing wonders for him so far.

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Meanwhile, a recent rumor suggested that no matter what happens in the coming months, Warner Bros. Discovery has no intentions of bringing Miller back for future DCEU projects. It's worth noting that the actor and their agent recently held a meeting with the production company but details about their negotiations have yet to be made public.

DC's The Flash is slated to hit cinemas on June 23, 2023.