VT Missing 25 y/o mother & her 3 children (1, 4, 5 y/o), were last known to be staying at actor Ezra Miller's farmland in rural Vermont

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Vermont Authorities Looking For Family Living With Ezra Miller | Crime News (oxygen.com)
Police Looking for Mom, Her 3 Kids Who Were Staying with Ezra Miller (people.com)

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The Vermont State Police tried to serve a mother, who has been reportedly living with Miller at their Vermont farm (Miller goes by they/them pronouns) along with her children, an emergency care order over the weekend, according to court records viewed by Rolling Stone.

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The emergency care order would require the woman’s children — ages 1, 4 and 5 — to be taken away from her custody and away from the home. Miller allegedly told authorities that the mother and her children left the rural Stamford farm months ago but the Vermont State Attorney's office believe they could be trying to "evade" the emergency care order, according to the court records reviewed by Rolling Stone; they noted in documents that Miller’s claim "contradicts information" they had.

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According to Rolling Stone, the order states that "remaining in the home is contrary to the child's welfare" and that the children's "safety cannot be reasonably assured" if they continue to be "in the custody of the child's parent, guardian or custodian."

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From the People link:
The father of the three children told Rolling Stone in June that he was concerned for their wellbeing, claiming that guns and marijuana were easily accessible to them at the Justice League actor's farm. The mother, meanwhile, told the outlet Miller, 29, has "helped" her get away from what she described as an "abusive ex" and expressed gratitude for having a "safe environment." She said Miller's farm was "a healing haven for us."


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However... the last couple of years, we have been given a front row seat to their public meltdown.
I can't help but to wonder if psychedelics Ezra has publicly claimed to enjoy have taken have had some sort of brutal effect on their brain. A lot of the actions I read about make me think of psychosis. I firmly believe Ezra needs intensive psychiatric care.
 
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Yahoo News:

Police again showed up to Miller's residence Tuesday night for about an hour, per the outlet.

Interesting comments by a neighbor of Ezra's on this Yahoo article.
 
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Unpacking the Allegations Against Ezra Miller (thecut.com)
I skipped a few for length's sake. Read the whole article for more.

In the past few months, Ezra Miller has been arrested twice and accused of multiple instances of physical assault as well as brainwashing 18-year-old activist Gibson (formerly Tokata) Iron Eyes and keeping them from their parents. In June, another allegation surfaced after a courthouse issued a temporary harassment-prevention order against Miller on behalf of a mother and her 12-year-old child. Miller was charged with felony burglary in August stemming from an incident where they allegedly broke into someone’s home and stole bottles of alcohol, and Vermont police are also searching for a woman and her three children, who neighbors said were living at Miller’s farm in unsafe conditions earlier this summer.

Gibson Iron Eyes’ parents have accused Miller of abuse.​

In June, Sara Jumping Eagle and Chase Iron Eyes sought a protective order from Miller on behalf of Gibson Iron Eyes, an 18-year-old who had reportedly been living with Miller since December 2021. As originally reported by TMZ, the couple allege that Miller met the family during protests at the Standing Rock Reservation in 2016, when Gibson was just 12 years old. From then, Miller and Gibson developed a friendship. In 2017, the parents claim, Miller flew Gibson, then 14, and a chaperone to London to visit the set of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

In the years that followed, Gibson’s parents claim that Miller convinced them to send Gibson to Bard College at Simon’s Rock in Massachusetts and said they would pay tuition through a foundation, an offer they claim Miller used “to create a sense of indebtedness.” They allege in legal documents that Miller provided Gibson with alcohol and drugs, including LSD, marijuana, and ketamine, and physically abused them. In December 2021, Gibson’s parents say they flew to Vermont to check on Gibson at Miller’s home after Gibson dropped out of school only to find that Gibson didn’t have their driver’s license, car keys, or ATM card. The filing also claims Gibson’s parents found bruises on their body inflicted by Miller. Jumping Eagle and Iron Eyes allegedly took Gibson home for three weeks but say Gibson then fled to New York to reunite with Miller. They believe Gibson has been traveling with Miller since then, including on the Hawaii trip where Miller was arrested. Other legal documents say the court hasn’t been able to find Miller to serve the order.

Gibson seemingly denied these claims in an unverified Instagram post on June 5, calling the reports about Miller a “tragedy.” A written statement on the account claimed that Miller had been helping Gibson through the loss of a friend, saying that they had “only provided loving support and invaluable protection throughout this period of loss.”

A man claimed his three children and their mother were living in unsafe conditions on Miller’s farm.​

On June 23, Rolling Stone reported that a 25-year-old mother and her three young kids (ages 1 to 5) had been living on Miller’s 96-acre farm in Stamford, Vermont, in unsafe conditions for several months. According to the report, Miller met the woman in March in Hilo, Hawaii — the same trip on which Gibson joined them and during which they were arrested twice for assault and disorderly conduct. The children’s father said Miller flew his family out of Hawaii without notifying him and that he hasn’t been able to see or speak to them since they left.

Two other unnamed sources, who seem to have been in the house with the children at some point, claimed they’re living in unsafe conditions and that there were unattended weapons in the house. The father said he has asked local police and the state’s Department for Children and Families to intervene but that police were unresponsive and a social worker who visited the house in mid-May didn’t see anything wrong.

The woman living on Miller’s farm denied the father’s claims to Rolling Stone, which appears to have spoken with her directly. She told the magazine Miller helped her leave a “violent and abusive ex”
and that the farm is “a healing haven” for her and her children, who she believes are perfectly safe there. Miller “may have firearms for self-defense,” she said, but they’re “stored in a part of the house that the children never go in.” She continued, “My kids are able to relax more into their healing because of the safety and nurturing Ezra has been providing for them.” The father denied that he was abusive. As of June 20, Rolling Stone said, the mother was still posting pictures on Instagram from the farm.

In August, Rolling Stone reported that Vermont police had tried to serve the woman an emergency-care order at Miller’s farm and remove the children from her care. Police were unable to find her, with Miller telling officials she hadn’t lived at the farm for months. Police reportedly suspect Miller is helping the woman “evade service” of the order. According to an affidavit written by a caseworker with the Vermont Department for Children and Families, the mother put up social-media posts from the farm in late July, and Rolling Stone reports she was posting almost daily from the farm until her account appeared to have been deleted around mid-July.

A new report detailed allegations of grooming and manipulation.​

A new in-depth report from Business Insider shed more light on Miller’s alleged behavior during their time in Iceland in 2020, including local rumors that the actor had started a cult. According to the report, Miller stayed at an Airbnb, where they invited artists and other young people to join them. Unnamed witnesses who spoke with Insider claimed that Miller would hold court with their guests every day and “alluded to possessing supernatural powers.”

Another young woman quoted in the story claimed that she met Miller during a kind of musical retreat organized by the actor. She was there for almost a week, during which she alleged Miller was psychologically abusive and “super manipulative.”

The report also included detailed allegations from Oliver Ignatius, identified as a former music collaborator of Miller’s. Ignatius alleged that he witnessed Miller’s controlling demeanor toward Gibson, which included the actor’s insistence that they change her name from Tokata to Gibson. Gibson denied the allegations. Ignatius further alleged that Miller took Gibson’s phone once they returned to Vermont in May and yelled at her for wearing makeup. Gibson, however, pushed back on the allegations, telling Insider, “That was queer dialogue about a badly applied rouge on my part, which I appreciated. I think the fact that a catty comment made by a queer person about makeup being considered abuse is actually quite homophobic rhetoric.”

Rosie D’Ercole, a 24-year-old fashion designer and yoga teacher, also defended Miller in the article. Responding to claims from Ignatius that Miller yelled at her for putting a feather in her hair while on a beach in Hawaii, allegedly accusing her of appropriating Native American culture, she called Ignatius’s claims “drastically overexaggerated.” Her email continued, “Ezra has done nothing other than try to protect people close to them despite the onslaught of press and defamation.”

Gibson also confirmed to Insider that Miller has been wearing a bulletproof vest in recent months, calling it “a fashionable safety measure in response to actual attacks and death threats.”
 

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Ezra Miller's unraveling: Friends fear the 'Flash' actor has lost touch with reality as Miller travels the US in body armor and faces new claims of running a cult in Iceland​


It was a May morning in Los Angeles, and Sara Jumping Eagle was desperate to get her 18-year-old daughter away from Ezra Miller.

In the past five months, Jumping Eagle said, Miller had left bruises on her daughter Tokata Iron Eyes' arms and cheeks, restricted access to her phone, and verbally abused her.

Tokata's parents had welcomed Miller into their lives when Tokata was just 12 years old. Miller had taken a liking to the preteen, flying her to London for the premiere of "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," in which they starred, and encouraging Tokata's musical aspirations. But the Miller that Tokata's parents once knew was growing more unpredictable and volatile by the day. When Jumping Eagle learned that Miller and Tokata were in LA, she and her husband, Chase Iron Eyes, jumped on a plane to save their daughter.

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That last quote is devastating and heartbreaking. Something is really wrong upstairs, and Ezra NEEDS help before it's too late. Their scary behaviors have escalated over due time. I want to believe the missing family is safe & just in hiding, but after having read all I've read as well as witnessing <modnote - their> temper on video, I do feel worried.
 
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Ezra Miller is totally out of control.

Mental Illness? Drugs? Whatever, they have become a very scary <modedit - person>

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Ezra Miller is totally out of control.

Mental Illness? Drugs? Whatever, <modedit - they've> become a very scary <person>.

MOO
There is much talk about them abusing ketamine while in Hawai’i. Just walking around smoking it. That stuff will make life pretty weird, I imagine.

Wherever these kids and their mom are, I hope they’re safe and will make contact.

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Hey everyone,

Websleuths is true crime discussion. This thread is dedicated to discussion of the missing mother and her children and the allegation that they were last known to be staying at EM's farm.

Please don't bring in all sorts of extraneous, gossip mag type of information about EM. Discuss the case itself as reported in MSM or by LE (and not all the wild & wooly weirdness / celebrity surrounding this individual ... unless it relates directly to the case at hand.)

Thank you.
 

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According to court documents obtained by the publication, the Vermont police have attempted at least twice over the weekend to serve the mom, 25, an emergency care order requested by the State Attorney’s office demanding the removal of her kids from her care and from the property. The report also states that the actor has told the police that the family hadn’t lived on his property in months but the State Attorney’s office said it seemed like an attempt to “evade service" of the order.

Everyone involved is not being named for privacy purposes, but the dad said Miller — who uses they/them pronouns — met the mother during their troubled trip to Hilo, Hawaii, in March and bought plane tickets for her and the kids to visit Vermont. The dad claimed he didn’t know they were taking the trip and alleged that he hasn’t been able to see or talk to his kids since they left.
 
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Unpacking the Allegations Against Ezra Miller (thecut.com)
I skipped a few for length's sake. Read the whole article for more.

In the past few months, Ezra Miller has been arrested twice and accused of multiple instances of physical assault as well as brainwashing 18-year-old activist Gibson (formerly Tokata) Iron Eyes and keeping them from their parents. In June, another allegation surfaced after a courthouse issued a temporary harassment-prevention order against Miller on behalf of a mother and her 12-year-old child. Miller was charged with felony burglary in August stemming from an incident where they allegedly broke into someone’s home and stole bottles of alcohol, and Vermont police are also searching for a woman and her three children, who neighbors said were living at Miller’s farm in unsafe conditions earlier this summer.

Gibson Iron Eyes’ parents have accused Miller of abuse.​

In June, Sara Jumping Eagle and Chase Iron Eyes sought a protective order from Miller on behalf of Gibson Iron Eyes, an 18-year-old who had reportedly been living with Miller since December 2021. As originally reported by TMZ, the couple allege that Miller met the family during protests at the Standing Rock Reservation in 2016, when Gibson was just 12 years old. From then, Miller and Gibson developed a friendship. In 2017, the parents claim, Miller flew Gibson, then 14, and a chaperone to London to visit the set of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

In the years that followed, Gibson’s parents claim that Miller convinced them to send Gibson to Bard College at Simon’s Rock in Massachusetts and said they would pay tuition through a foundation, an offer they claim Miller used “to create a sense of indebtedness.” They allege in legal documents that Miller provided Gibson with alcohol and drugs, including LSD, marijuana, and ketamine, and physically abused them. In December 2021, Gibson’s parents say they flew to Vermont to check on Gibson at Miller’s home after Gibson dropped out of school only to find that Gibson didn’t have their driver’s license, car keys, or ATM card. The filing also claims Gibson’s parents found bruises on their body inflicted by Miller. Jumping Eagle and Iron Eyes allegedly took Gibson home for three weeks but say Gibson then fled to New York to reunite with Miller. They believe Gibson has been traveling with Miller since then, including on the Hawaii trip where Miller was arrested. Other legal documents say the court hasn’t been able to find Miller to serve the order.

Gibson seemingly denied these claims in an unverified Instagram post on June 5, calling the reports about Miller a “tragedy.” A written statement on the account claimed that Miller had been helping Gibson through the loss of a friend, saying that they had “only provided loving support and invaluable protection throughout this period of loss.”

A man claimed his three children and their mother were living in unsafe conditions on Miller’s farm.​

On June 23, Rolling Stone reported that a 25-year-old mother and her three young kids (ages 1 to 5) had been living on Miller’s 96-acre farm in Stamford, Vermont, in unsafe conditions for several months. According to the report, Miller met the woman in March in Hilo, Hawaii — the same trip on which Gibson joined them and during which they were arrested twice for assault and disorderly conduct. The children’s father said Miller flew his family out of Hawaii without notifying him and that he hasn’t been able to see or speak to them since they left.

Two other unnamed sources, who seem to have been in the house with the children at some point, claimed they’re living in unsafe conditions and that there were unattended weapons in the house. The father said he has asked local police and the state’s Department for Children and Families to intervene but that police were unresponsive and a social worker who visited the house in mid-May didn’t see anything wrong.

The woman living on Miller’s farm denied the father’s claims to Rolling Stone, which appears to have spoken with her directly. She told the magazine Miller helped her leave a “violent and abusive ex”
and that the farm is “a healing haven” for her and her children, who she believes are perfectly safe there. Miller “may have firearms for self-defense,” she said, but they’re “stored in a part of the house that the children never go in.” She continued, “My kids are able to relax more into their healing because of the safety and nurturing Ezra has been providing for them.” The father denied that he was abusive. As of June 20, Rolling Stone said, the mother was still posting pictures on Instagram from the farm.

In August, Rolling Stone reported that Vermont police had tried to serve the woman an emergency-care order at Miller’s farm and remove the children from her care. Police were unable to find her, with Miller telling officials she hadn’t lived at the farm for months. Police reportedly suspect Miller is helping the woman “evade service” of the order. According to an affidavit written by a caseworker with the Vermont Department for Children and Families, the mother put up social-media posts from the farm in late July, and Rolling Stone reports she was posting almost daily from the farm until her account appeared to have been deleted around mid-July.

A new report detailed allegations of grooming and manipulation.​

A new in-depth report from Business Insider shed more light on Miller’s alleged behavior during their time in Iceland in 2020, including local rumors that the actor had started a cult. According to the report, Miller stayed at an Airbnb, where they invited artists and other young people to join them. Unnamed witnesses who spoke with Insider claimed that Miller would hold court with their guests every day and “alluded to possessing supernatural powers.”

Another young woman quoted in the story claimed that she met Miller during a kind of musical retreat organized by the actor. She was there for almost a week, during which she alleged Miller was psychologically abusive and “super manipulative.”

The report also included detailed allegations from Oliver Ignatius, identified as a former music collaborator of Miller’s. Ignatius alleged that he witnessed Miller’s controlling demeanor toward Gibson, which included the actor’s insistence that they change her name from Tokata to Gibson. Gibson denied the allegations. Ignatius further alleged that Miller took Gibson’s phone once they returned to Vermont in May and yelled at her for wearing makeup. Gibson, however, pushed back on the allegations, telling Insider, “That was queer dialogue about a badly applied rouge on my part, which I appreciated. I think the fact that a catty comment made by a queer person about makeup being considered abuse is actually quite homophobic rhetoric.”

Rosie D’Ercole, a 24-year-old fashion designer and yoga teacher, also defended Miller in the article. Responding to claims from Ignatius that Miller yelled at her for putting a feather in her hair while on a beach in Hawaii, allegedly accusing her of appropriating Native American culture, she called Ignatius’s claims “drastically overexaggerated.” Her email continued, “Ezra has done nothing other than try to protect people close to them despite the onslaught of press and defamation.”

Gibson also confirmed to Insider that Miller has been wearing a bulletproof vest in recent months, calling it “a fashionable safety measure in response to actual attacks and death threats.”

Wow! And yet JD is the one who was let go from Fantastic beasts :rolleyes:
 

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My first question is why would a mother leave and take her young children to a remote farm in VT with someone she really hadn't known for long? I know it's been reported that she was leaving an abusive environment, but the father of the children, school, relatives should have known something.

EM's mental health has steadily been declining over the past couple of years and the trip to HI was when they were really having public meltdowns and showing signs of aggression.

I hope things work out safely here for the mother and the children.

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My first question is why would a mother leave and take her young children to a remote farm in VT with someone she really hadn't known for long? I know it's been reported that she was leaving an abusive environment, but the father of the children, school, relatives should have known something.

EM's mental health has steadily been declining over the past couple of years and the trip to HI was when they were really having public meltdowns and showing signs of aggression.

I hope things work out safely here for the mother and the children.

MOO
If she left to escape an abusive ex, she might be afraid authorities will return the children to him. She might have a legitimate reason to fear police.

Nobody wants their children taken away but I hope she contacts authorities so she can fight this legally.

It's hard to know the real story with all the gossip surrounding it. If they didn't leave the actors home two months ago, chances are they have now, out of fear. Imo
 

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Officials said Miller had told them the family hasn't lived with them in months despite the kids being sighted at the Stamford property (above) in late-June

The court order reads: 'Miller, the owner of the residence, advised that Mother and the children had not been staying there for the past two months.'

'This contradicts information [the DCF caseworker] presented to the Court in her affidavit as Mother was posting on social media in late July 2022 that [the case worker] recognized as the inside of Miller's residence.'

Authorities added that the mother's social media account appears to be deleted now.

'The Court concludes that remaining in the home is contrary to the child's welfare because: The child's safety cannot be reasonably assured if the child remains in the custody of the child's parent, guardian or custodian,'
 
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