Massachusetts court upholds temporary protection orders “Flash” star Ezra MillerAccording to reports.
The Greenfield District Court on Wednesday upheld the order against Miller, 29, on behalf of the 12-year-old family, NBC News reported. According to the petition received by the outlet, “the order was issued without prior notice because the court held that the risk of immediate harassment was high”.
The 12-year-old mother, who spoke to NBC News about the anonymous situation, said she was worried when Miller started buying gifts for children – even after the gifts were turned down.
“I’m still wondering why Ezra came here. Do you have Hollywood stuff? Do you have movies coming out?” The mother told NBC News.
A spokesman for the actor did not respond to Fox News Digital’s urgent request for comment.
This is not the first defense order passed against the “Justice League” star.
The court passed a defense order against Miller Chase Iron Eyes and his wife, Sarah on behalf of the Jumping Eagle. The two allege that Miller abused the Tokata Iron Ice in their teens “physically and mentally.”
According to a petition received by Fox News Digital, the parents allege that the “Flash” star “mentally manipulated, physically threatened and endangered the safety and well-being of Tocota Iron Ice.”
Although the court upheld the protection order on June 7, the court was unable to “recognize or serve” Miller, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Chase told the LA Times that “neither he nor the court had any idea where Tokata and Ezra could get help from other jurisdictions.”
“They spin a lot [that] We are in a precarious situation and we will not serve them anywhere for a long time, “Chase told the Los Angeles Times.
“They have flown away. They are out of service and now there is growing public pressure to make a decision on them, which makes us very concerned about Ezra’s unstable nature. … We are working very hard to get this order implemented wherever they are.”
Miller was recently arrested twice In Hawaii. The “Justice League” star was asked not to compete in the random contest.