Far-left, anti-Trump actor Ezra Miller is on the run from the law after the parents of an 18-year-old from North Dakota accused him of ‘physically and emotionally’ grooming their child and obtained a protective order from a tribal court.
Law enforcement officials have been unable to locate Miller to serve the order as they are having difficulty locating him.
Miller had another run-in with the law in April after being arrested for assaulting a woman in Hawaii.
The Los Angeles Times Reports–
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“The parents of an 18-year-old from North Dakota have obtained a protective order against “The Flash” star Ezra Miller, adding another scandal for the embattled actor to contend with.
But the teen’s parents and law enforcement are having a hard time locating Miller to serve the actor with the order, which accuses Miller of “physically and emotionally abusing” and grooming the teen.
Attorney and activist Chase Iron Eyes and his wife, Sara Jumping Eagle, petitioned the Standing Rock Sioux tribal court on a reservation in North Dakota Tuesday to issue an order of protection for their child, Tokata Iron Eyes.
They accuse the 29-year-old “Justice League” star of “psychologically manipulating, physically intimidating and endangering the safety and welfare of Tokata Iron Eyes,” according to court documents obtained Thursday by The Times.
A tribal court judge approved the interim order Tuesday, but “the Court cannot locate or serve” Miller, according to a copy of the petition.”
Miller has made controversial political statements in the past.
In 2016, after President Trump won the 2016 Presidential election, he said that he understood why people were turning to Harry Potter books to cope with Hillary Clinton’s defeat.
The “Fantastic Beasts’ star was on a panel with other members of the cast in 2018 at Comic Con. They were asked what they would do if they had magical powers, one said that she would impeach President Trump, while Miller said that he would smash the patriarchy.