Ezra Miller in New Probe As Police Hunt Mother, Kids Who Stayed With Star

Ezra Miller is suspected by police of hiding the whereabouts of a mother and her three children, who had all been staying with the star at their Vermont property.

According to court documents reviewed by Rolling Stone—which had reported back in June that the family had been staying with Miller on the actor's farm under allegedly dangerous conditions—Vermont State Police had attempted to serve an emergency care order to the mother of three over the weekend.

Per the documents, there was a plan by law enforcement officers to remove the children—aged 1, 4 and 5 years old—from the Justice League star's property and the care of their 25-year-old mother.

However, according to the documents, Miller, who uses the they/them pronouns, informed the officers that the mother and children in question had departed the property 2 months ago and not returned since.

Ezra Miller in another police probe
Ezra Miller is pictured right on October 18, 2021, in Paris, France. They are pictured inset in a police booking photo after their arrest for disorderly conduct and harassment on March 28, 2022, in Hilo, Hawaii. Police are currently investigating the whereabouts of a mother and her three children, who had been staying with Miller in Vermont. Stephane Cardinale/Corbis via Getty Images;/Hawaiʻi Police Department via Getty Images

The Vermont State Attorney's office is reported to have suggested in the documents that Miller may have been attempting to "evade" the emergency care order, and that the claim about their departure date "contradicts information" they had.

Rolling Stone quoted the order as stating that "remaining in the home is contrary to the child's welfare," adding that the children's "safety cannot be reasonably assured" if they remain "in the custody of the child's parent, guardian or custodian."

According to the publication, police visited Miller's home again on Tuesday night, remaining there for approximately one hour.

While the father of the three children alleged to Rolling Stone in June that the youngsters had easy access to guns and marijuana, the mother told the publication that Miller was instrumental in helping her get away from an "abusive ex."

Newsweek has reached out to the Vermont State Police and representatives of Miller for comment.

Miller has been mired in scandal of late, having been arrested twice in Hawaii earlier this year, once for disorderly conduct and harassment and once for a second-degree assault.

They have also faced allegations of abuse from women across Europe, including the infamous choking incident in Iceland in 2020, a now-dropped investigation into trespassing in Berlin, and a recent accusation of grooming Tokota Iron Eyes, a minor whose parents have filed a restraining order against Miller.

In a separate case to the emergency care order, Miller has also been charged with felony burglary in Stamford, Vermont.

According to the Vermont State Police report, on May 1, authorities were called to a burglary complaint from a residence in Stamford. Upon arrival, police noted several bottles of alcohol had been taken from the home when its occupiers were not present.

After an investigation, including statements from witnesses and CCTV footage, police charged Miller with felony burglary into an unoccupied dwelling.

Miller is set to appear in Vermont Superior Court on September 26 for arraignment.

Despite Miller's multiple run-ins with the law, plans currently remain afoot for the release of movie The Flash, which is scheduled to debut on June 23, 2023.

Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav stated earlier this month, per Variety: "We have seen The Flash, Black Adam and Shazam 2. We are very excited about them. We've seen them. We think they are terrific, and we think we can make them even better."

With Miller in the lead role of Barry Allen/The Flash, the movie features a star-studded cast including Ron Livingston, Michael Keaton, Kiersey Clemons, Michael Shannon, Antje Traue, Sasha Calle, and Ben Affleck.

The Flash movie will see Barry travel back in time to prevent his mother's murder, but with time travel comes unintended consequences. Filming began in April 2021, finishing in October that same year.

Now, over one year since filming began, the decision not to pull The Flash has angered many fans, particularly in light of the cancelation of the highly anticipated Batgirl movie by Warner Bros., the same studio behind the Miller-led movie.

On Tuesday, August 2, Warner Bros. announced the $90 million film would no longer be released on HBO Max despite being fully shot and in post-production, devasting and confusing fans.