Ezra Miller Can’t Be Located, Cops Unable to Serve Him With Protection Order Papers

Ezra Miller Can’t Be Located, Cops Unable to Serve Him With Protection Order Papers

Parents of an 18-year-old woman have accused actor Ezra Miller of inflicting physical and emotional abuse on their daughter. The parents of Tokata Iron Eyes have been granted a protective order against Miller, but according to the Los Angeles Times on Friday, law enforcement cannot locate the actor. As such the Justice League star has not been served the papers.

Ezra Miller Accused of Crimes

The parents, Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle, “had their interim order of protection for their daughter approved by a judge from the Standing Rock Sioux tribal court in North Dakota last week.” The parents accuse the We Need To Talk About Kevin star of, “psychologically manipulating, physically intimidating and endangering the safety and welfare of,” their child, who has begun using the name Gibson and, like Miller, uses they/them pronouns.”

The order prevents Miller from, “contacting or harassing,” the 18-year-old or their parents, and prevents them from getting within 100 yards of the family residence. A hearing will be held on July 12 hearing at which time the court will grant the, “relief requested in the restraining order if Miller does not make an appearance at the hearing.”

Ezra Miller To Be Served With Papers

Chase Iron Eyes is described as an attorney and activist. He told the newspaper, “They move around so much [that] we’re stuck in this legal limbo situation, and we can’t serve them in any place they’re in long enough.”

He added, “They’ve been flighty. They’ve been avoiding service, and now there’s public pressure mounting on them to make a decision, which makes us very concerned about Ezra’s volatile nature.”

Ezra Miller Cannot Be Located

Tribal regulations consider Tokata/Gibson’s parents to be their legal guardians. According to The Times the parents have made attempts to serve documents in Vermont, where Miller has a residence.

During a May wellness check in California, Sara Jumping Eagle alleged that Miller assaulted her, and she filed an incident report at the time. Sara told People she has had contact with her daughter three times since February, and that Tokata/Gibson sounded “robotic” and “brainwashed.”

Miller and Iron Eyes met when the former was 23 and the latter was 12, at the Standing Rock Reservation during a 2016 protest against the Dakota pipeline.

The family alleges that Miller, who was arrested twice in April in Hawaii for second-degree assault and for disorderly conduct, gave Tokata alcohol, marijuana, and LSD, and flew her to places like New York, California, London, Vermont, and Hawaii.

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