Ezra Miller accused of hiding a woman and children in Vermont

Ezra Miller is the subject of a joint investigation by the Vermont Police Department and the state Department of Children and Families after the embattled actor was suspected of keeping a mother and her three children on her farm.

As first reported by Rolling Stone, Vermont police were attempting to fulfill an emergency caregiver order requiring the children to be removed from their mother’s home and care, citing concerns about their safety. Miller claimed the family hadn’t lived there in months, despite prosecutors seeking two emergency caregiving orders in the past week.

“The court concludes that remaining in the home is not in the best interests of the child because: The child’s safety cannot be adequately ensured if the child remains in the care of the child’s parent, guardian or guardian,” according to the documents obtained by Rolling Stone.

The resolution also cites the mother’s Instagram presence as evidence that she and the children lived in the home, after posting selfies and photos around the house until her account disappeared in mid-July.

“Miller, the owner of the residence, informed that the mother and the children had not stayed there in the past two months,” the order continued. “That contradicts information [the DCF caseworker] presented to the court in her affidavit when mother posted this on social media in late July 2022 [the case worker] recognized as the interior of Miller’s apartment.”

A Miller representative did not immediately respond to the Times request for comment. A DCF spokesman declined to discuss the matter, saying details of the pending investigation are confidential.

The investigation comes just days after Miller was charged with a burglary in Vermont in connection with a May 1 incident in which police say the troubled actor stole several bottles of alcohol from a home while the owners were absent .

Miller’s arraignment on this charge is scheduled for September 26.

It’s probably more of an unwanted news story for Warner Bros., given that Miller is set to star in the studio’s 2023 blockbuster The Flash. The company’s CEO, David Zaslav, said just last week that the film is progressing as planned.

On Thursday, however, the Hollywood Reporter said the studio is now evaluating its options, which range from restricting Miller’s availability for interviews and appearances in ad campaigns to scrapping the $200 million film entirely if things get even worse .

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/movies/story/2022-08-11/ezra-miller-vermont-child-services-farm-the-flash Ezra Miller accused of hiding a woman and children in Vermont

Sarah Ridley

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