Ezra Miller has amassed a growing list of scandals in recent years. The parents of an 18-year-old North Dakota girl have secured a protective order against “The Flash” star Ezra Miller. However, the child’s parents and law enforcement are having trouble finding Miller to serve them with the order.
The order accuses Miller of “physically and emotionally assaulting” the teen and grooming her. Chase Iron Eyes, an attorney and activist, and his wife, Sara Jumping Eagle, petitioned the Standing Rock Sioux tribe court in North Dakota recently for an order of protection for their child, Tokata Iron Eyes. According to a copy of the petition, a tribal court judge approved the temporary order on Tuesday, but “the Court cannot locate or serve” Miller.
Chase Iron Eyes told The New York Times in a phone interview that he and the court “had no idea where Tokata and Ezra are” to serve or enforce the order, which prohibits Miller from contacting or harassing Tokata, Chase Iron Eyes, and Jumping Eagle for 30 days. During that period, Miller is also required to stay 100 yards away from the family’s home.
Iron Eyes claimed the court set a hearing for July 12 to allow Tokata and Miller to come and “weigh in.” If Miller does not present at the hearing, the court “shall award the relief requested” in the petition for a restraining order, according to the domestic-violence protection order. The order is based on the federal Violence Against Women Act, which gives it extensive jurisdiction across the country.
According to tribal court laws, Tokata’s parents are still regarded the teen’s legal caregivers, despite the fact that he is 18 years old. Tokata’s family has been fighting for months and in different states to get Tokata to leave Miller so that she can “be their lovely independent self,” according to the family. Miller’s representatives did not respond to a request for comment from The New York Times. Stay tuned to Thirsty for more updates.
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