Ezra Miller taunts police with cryptic tweet and then deletes social media as court struggles to locate actor 1 week ago

Ezra Miller taunts police with cryptic tweet and then deletes social media as court struggles to locate actor

'I am in another universe'

Ezra Miller has deleted their Instagram account after posting a number of memes appearing to mock authorities who are searching for them.


Miller is facing accusations of manipulating and grooming an underage fan in the latest controversy surrounding the Flash star.

They posted the memes to their Instagram story before deleting their account entirely.

The images appeared to mock legal officials searching for him, with one reading "You cannot touch me I am in another universe" whilst another said "Message from another dimension."


These could also be references to the upcoming Flash film scheduled to be released in June 2023.

The memes could be in response to grooming allegations against the actor (Instagram)

The longest message Miller posted read: "I am shielded from negative people & their ill intent. My spirit, mind, body, soul + success are not altered by anyone's envy. I am protected from all negative [illegible] people attempt to throw at me. Subconsciously & consciously. I clear any & all hidden peers who are hidden enemies."


The actor deleted their account after posting the cryptic messages (Instagram)


The memes are potentially a response to allegations which emerged last week of Miller grooming 18-year-old climate activist Tokata Iron Eyes when she was a minor.

According to TMZ, the parents of Tokata Iron Eyes accused Miller of supplying the underage climate activist with alcohol, marijuana, and LSD, while also using violence to "hold sway" over her.

They also say the actor, who appeared in the first Fantastic Beasts film, took advantage of Tokata when she was 12 years old and engaged in "cult-like and psychologically manipulative, controlling behavior."

And earlier this year, the actor was arrested on two occasions in Hawaii for harassment and assault.

Warner Bros. has so far made no comment in response to the controversies, and as things stand they are still set to star as the titular superhero in The Flash movie next year.


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