The Recorder – Reports: Greenfield District Court issues protective order against Hollywood actor Ezra Miller

Published: 06/21/2022 21:16:02

Modified: 06/21/2022 21:15:43

GREENFIELD — Greenfield District Court last week granted a local mother a temporary harassment prevention order on behalf of her 12-year-old child against Hollywood actor Ezra Miller, according to published information.

Details are scarce due to the age of the child involved, and district court officials will not confirm or deny details of the case. The same goes for William Gordon, Acting Chief of the Greenfield Police Department.

NBC News reported that the prevention order contains no allegations against Miller, 29, but “was issued without notice because the court has determined that there is a substantial likelihood of immediate danger of harassment.” The order is believed to be the result of a series of meetings between Miller and three Greenfield residents: the 12-year-old, the child’s mother, and a neighbor.

The Daily Beast reported that the first encounter took place on February 2, when Miller reportedly visited the mother and child’s downstairs neighbor, who is believed to be in a group with one of Miller’s close friends. Miller reportedly owns a ranch in Stamford, Vermont, about 40 miles from Greenfield.

The actor is known for his roles in ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ as well as three ‘Fantastic Beasts’ films and for portraying the superhero character Flash in various media, including a forthcoming movie of the same name. next June.

This is the second protective order issued this month against Miller, the other being issued by a court in North Dakota. Lawyer and activist Chase Iron Eyes and his wife, Sara Jumping Eagle, asked a court to protect their child, Tokata Iron Eyes, 18, accusing Miller of psychologically manipulating, physically intimidating and endangering safety and the well-being of their child. The actor also faces charges in Hawaii, including disorderly conduct and assault.

Miller’s verified Instagram account was deleted last week, adding to the mystery surrounding Miller’s whereabouts.

Contact Domenic Poli at dpoli@recorder.com or 413-772-0261, ext. 262.

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