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Harassment order against The Flash star Ezra Miller has been lifted

Charisa Bossinakis

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Harassment order against The Flash star Ezra Miller has been lifted

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A temporary harassment order issued against The Flash star Ezra Miller has been lifted.

A Greenfield District Court judge ruled that the order, issued in June 2022, be lifted after a mother accused the 30 year old of acting inappropriately towards her non-binary child.

Shannon Guin, the mother, alleged that Miller had taken an interest in her child, leading them to harass the family and brandish weapons during their meetings, as per Pink News.

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Miller’s attorney Marissa Elkins said the DC star was ‘never alone with the child and never interacted with the child outside of two brief encounters which occurred in the presence of several other adults’, according to the outlet.

Ezra Miller. Credit: Abaca Press / Alamy Stock Photo
Ezra Miller. Credit: Abaca Press / Alamy Stock Photo

“Frustratingly for Ezra, Guin lodged her false allegations at a time when Ezra was struggling with significant mental health issues, and was unable to come to court to defend themself against the spurious claims made by this individual,” she added.

“Had Ezra been able to appear in court last year and share the truth about their very limited interactions with Ms. Guin, I am confident the original order would have never been issued.”

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Following the order lifted, Miller issued a rare statement, claiming that they had been ‘directly targeted’ and that the media perpetuated ‘reckless false claims’, as per The Los Angeles Times.

“Protective orders are meant to provide safety for individuals, families, and children who are in danger,” they wrote.

“They are not meant to be used as weapons by those seeking attention or fleeting tabloid fame or some sort of personal vengeance when there are people in true and dire need of these services.

“I have been unjustly and directly targeted by an individual who the facts have shown has a history of such manipulation and destructive actions.

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“I implore those members of the media who have recklessly spread false claims and failed to accurately report the truth and context of this story, to hold themselves to a higher standard and take time to find the facts, rather than chasing clicks.”

However, this isn’t the only time Miller has been accused of grooming a minor.

In August 2022, Native American activists Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle also issued a temporary restraining order against Miller on behalf of their daughter, 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes.

The parents said the actor groomed their daughter for six years, leading to physical and verbal abuse, as per Vanity Fair.

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Topics: Celebrity, News

Charisa Bossinakis
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