Ezra Miller's Ex-Fiancee is Latest 'Victim' to Accuse The Flash Actor of Abuse

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Ezra Miller has dealt with a series of accusations this year alone and while the actor has recently come clean and issued an apology for his erratic behavior, the drama surrounding his personal life is apparently far from over. In fact, more fuel is being added to the fire. Now, a ghost from Miller's past has resurfaced to throw her own allegations toward the star of DC's The Flash.

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Erin Urb, Miller's ex-fiancée whom he dated in 2016 is alleging the actor of gaslighting her during their brief relationship. In an exposé published by Vanity Fair, Urb revealed that while the 29-year-old actor "wasn't violent or physically abusive toward anyone" while they were together, she wasn't aware that she was being gaslighted by him.

She explains: "For years [they] convinced me and all our friends that I was abusive.... But looking back, I would be calling out [their] disrespect and [they] wouldn't take responsibility and just call me abusive because of my reaction. I could have handled it better. I didn't know the term gaslight back then. I was emotionally f***ed up for years."

Erin added that she can make excuses for her ex but she's done doing him a favor. She did say, however, that she will always love the actor despite their past differences. "I can make excuses for [them] all day, but I don't want to anymore. The illusions of grandeur need to be called out. I will love Ezra always, and I don't want [them] to continue down this dark road."

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As it stands, Miller or any of his representatives have yet to comment on the latest accusation. Ezra is probably occupied doing therapy these days and while it's great that he's trying to get his life back together, I hope he won't keep turning a blind eye to the people he wronged.

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