In a video statement, the young man, who is only 18 years old, can be heard saying, “This is my life. These are my decisions.”
The parents who are requesting that a restraining order be issued against Ezra Miller on behalf of their 18-year-old child allege that the actor and their child “continue to elude” authorities.
Earlier this week, a judge at the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court signed a protective order.
However, according to legal documents, the court “cannot locate or serve” the order to Miller, 29, because the Justice League actor’s current whereabouts are unknown.
Miller is the subject of the protective order.
In the court filing, lawyer and activist Chase Iron Eyes and his pediatrician wife Sara Jumping Eagle allege that actor T.J.
Miller groomed their child beginning at the age of 12 after taking “an immediate and apparently innocent liking” to them ever since the actor visited North Dakota’s Standing Rock Reservation in 2016.
They claim that Miller took “an immediate and seemingly innocent liking” to them ever since the actor visited the reservation in 2016.
Miller allegedly engaged in a “pattern of corrupting a minor” by drugging their child over the course of several years and displaying “cult-like and psychologically manipulative, controlling behavior,” according to their allegations.
Miller also allegedly exhibited “a pattern of corrupting a minor.”
On Wednesday, Sara explains, “Because we are worried about our daughter’s well-being, we would like for her to get out of this predicament as soon as possible.
Everything that might possibly go wrong is giving us cause for concern.” Include Chase, “[Miller] showed attention in her, gave off the impression that he was kind and generous, and was well-known among the people we put our faith in.
Therefore, there was no sign that should have prompted us to be concerned.”