Ezra Miller Is Sowwy And Is In Treatment For “Complex Mental Health Issues”

August 16, 2022 / Posted by:

Well, it looks like there’s one thing that can temporarily stop Ezra Miller’s crime spree of terror that has hit Hawaii, Iceland, Vermont, and beyond. The answer is: threat of a breach of contract lawsuit from Warner Bros. and loss of more checks. I mean, it would be kind of hard for Ezra to run a cult in Iceland if trick can’t keep the lights on. Ezra The Terrible has sort of, not really, responded to the accusations of grooming, assault, abuse, kidnapping, thievery, and harassment by farting up a hollow non-apology that was totally not written by the PR team behind The Flash. Ezra adds that they’re in treatment for “complex mental health issues.” Surprisingly, Ezra’s damage control statement didn’t end with, “See! Everything’s okay now and you no longer have to feel shitty about buying a ticket to my movie The Flash, out in theaters on June 23, 2023!” Warner Bros. is slipping.

29-year-old Ezra’s list of crimes and allegations is longer than their IMDB credits. Most recently, Ezra was charged with felony burglary after a couple accused Ezra of stealing bottles of booze from their house in Hawaii. And that is tame for Ezra. Because before that, Ezra was caught on camera choking a fan in Iceland, arrested for disorderly conduct at a Hawaii bar, arrested for assault in Hawaii, and had a restraining order filed against them by a couple who accused Ezra of harassing them. Ezra’s terror doesn’t even begin to end there. Vermont State Attorney’s office accused Ezra of helping a 25-year-old mother evade an emergency order to remove her three young children from her custody due to safety concerns. The mother and her three kids were living at Ezra’s Vermont farm but Ezra told cops that she and her kids left two months ago. Ezra claims to have not seen her since then but cops don’t believe that shit. There are also stories that Ezra has guns and bullets lying around their Vermont farm and ran a cult out of an Airbnb in Iceland. And two months ago, the parents of 18-year-old Tokata Iron Eyes accused Ezra of grooming and abusing their daughter since Tokata was 12 years old. Tokata’s parents said that Ezra was using violence, drugs, and intimidation to control Tokata. Tokata was believed to be traveling with Ezra, so Tokata’s parents filed a restraining order to keep Ezra away from their daughter. But Ezra mocked the authorities trying to serve them that restraining order. Who knows if that restraining order was ever served to Ezra, but if not, authorities should start hitting up overpriced luxury rehab resorts. Because that’s where Ezra may currently be.

Last week, The Hollywood Reporter said that Warner Bros. Discovery executives came up with three options on how to handle their $200 million The Flash movie starring a violent liability. These were the three options:

  1. Send Ezra to get professional help and follow that up with a damage control interview.
  2. Keep press to a minimum and release The Flash as planned
  3. As a last resort, scrap the whole thing.

Warner Bros. shit-canned the Batgirl movie for not being splashy enough. So shit-canning The Flash for being too trashy thanks to Ezra Miller seems like a logical move. But current-day Warner Bros. doesn’t do logical, so it looks like they’ve gone with option #1.

In a statement that starts with “Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis,” Ezra goes on to say that they’re in treatment and are sorry about their “past behavior.” Okay, but what about Ezra’s “current behavior?” Here’s the statement from Ezra Miller that Ezra Miller probably doesn’t even know was written and released on their behalf:

“Having recently gone through a time of intense crisis, I now understand that I am suffering complex mental health issues and have begun ongoing treatment. I want to apologize to everyone that I have alarmed and upset with my past behavior. I am committed to doing the necessary work to get back to a healthy, safe and productive stage in my life.”

I guess this means that a damage control interview starring a “totally changed” Ezra Miller is coming in the future? And I’m sure that during that interview, The Flash’s PR team will make Ezra gently hold and pet a litter of kittens to show how sweet and gentle they are now. And as Ezra pets those kittens, The Flash’s PR team will think, “Please don’t choke a kitten on live TV, please don’t choke a kitten on live TV.”

Pic: Vince Flores/startraksphoto.com

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