The Flash Actor Ezra Miller Allegedly Ran A Cult-Like Sanctuary in Iceland

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The Flash Actor Ezra Miller Allegedly Ran A Cult-Like Sanctuary in Iceland
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Ezra Miller has been in the center of controversies, basically on his behavior and dealings with others, but The Flash actor seems to have upped the notch as he allegedly ran a cult-like sanctuary while he was staying in in Reykjavik, Iceland.

The Flash Actor Ezra Miller Allegedly Ran A Cult-Like Sanctuary in Iceland
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The Flash Actor Ezra Miller Allegedly Ran A Cult-Like Sanctuary in Iceland

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After various controversies plagued Ezra Miller, a report from Business Insider reveals that The Flash actor allegedly led a cult-like commune in a rented Airbnb in Reykjavik, Iceland.

According to the report, it says Ezra Miller had "a menagerie of Icelandic artists, expats, and spiritual confidants whom [Miller had] encouraged to stay there, even though many had their own homes in Reykjavik."

The report also allegedy involve a woman who called the Airbnb as a commune and the guests were seemingly hypnotized by Miller as if they were not bothered by his sudden mood swings. Rumors around Reykjavik circulated that Miller ran a cult with words of spirituality and emotional outbursts.

Speculations also suggest that the cult-like group claims they got supernatural powers and ask their guests to submit into meditations with them. The members seem to believe into Miller's perspective on various issues.

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In the same report, it was also cited that an 18-year-old musician has been worshipped by Ezra Miller for her "perfect" womb after having sex with her. The woman said in the report, "Ezra was super manipulative. They kind of had us all under their finger. They were able to twist and pull everything that I thought I knew about the world."

Ezra Miller has been accused of a lot of things but running a cult-like sanctuary is a huge allegation. Recently, The Flash actor was reported to the police after he allegedly threatened and abused a German Woman. He was also said to be involved in grooming an 18-year-old woman.

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The string of accusations doesn't stop there. Miller also allegedly housed at a cannabis farm a woman and her three kids. On top of that, there were allegedly loose firearms in the place.

Even with all these accusations against Ezra Miller, his movie at Warner Bros., The Flash, is still set to release with him as the Scarlet Speedster by the mid-2023.

The Flash is slated for release on June 23, 2023.