A month after Ezra Miller mentioned they might enter treatment to cope with “advanced psychological well being points,” a brand new report particulars the actor’s disturbing downward spiral over the previous two years, with Miller believing they had been “the Messiah.”

According to Vanity Fair, Miller’s psychological well being points started to worsen in March 2020 at the onset of Covid-19, when work on their movie initiatives — together with the Fantastic Beasts sequel — abruptly got here to a halt. With “no plan,” Miller traveled to Iceland, the place the actor’s points first grabbed headlines after they had been filmed choking a lady in Reykjavik.

In Iceland, Miller — who was reportedly battling the aftermath of their mother and father’ divorce — was accompanied by a 55-year-old South Dakota medication man and “religious advisor” named Jasper Young Bear, who would inform Miller that the actor was messianic and that “demons” had been after him, Vanity Fair wrote.

“[Miller would] speak about the metaverse and the medication and the way they’re the Messiah and what [their] work is right here,” a supply mentioned. (Rolling Stone has altered the quote to mirror Miller’s most well-liked they/them pronouns.) “They say their religious apply is to be amongst the folks—which suggests occasion. So, when in Iceland, [they were] out nonstop. [Their] favourite had been raves, the place [they’d] go on benders for 2 or three days at a time.”

Miller’s points intensified upon returning to the U.S., each in Vermont — the place the actor’s farm drew the attention of Vermont’s child services — and Hawaii, the place Miller was arrested on prices starting from disorderly conduct to second-degree assault.

At Miller’s farm in Vermont — dubbed “the Mountain” — the actor reportedly had an altar comprised of marijuana, sage, bullets and collectible figurines of the Flash, the DC superhero he portrays on the large display screen; in line with a supply, Miller usually conflated himself as his big-screen alter ego, “claiming that the Flash is the one who brings the multiverses collectively identical to Jesus.”

Two sources beforehand instructed Rolling Stone that there was frequent and heavy marijuana use on the farm in entrance of kids, with little concern about correct air flow. Rolling Stone has additionally discovered that there’s a sizable hashish farm on Miller’s property, with Miller’s shut good friend and purported “handyman” Whitney Suters claiming on social media that the two had been working a hashish firm known as Rebel Alliance Cannabis.

Miller’s preoccupation with medicine (“medication,” they referred to it) and firearms was additionally a priority to their interior circle in at the Mountain; one good friend recounted Miller burning sage in the barrel of an AR-15. Miller launched into a street journey in Jan. 2022, the place they uploaded the infamous video threatening to kill a North Carolina chapter of the KKK. After that, Miller’s associates and mom Marta allegedly locked up their weapons.

“There was a giant bow and arrow cocked on the desk, going through the door. Ezra was mendacity facedown on the flooring,” a good friend of Miller’s instructed Vanity Fair. “There’s all the time folks in the home. And there was simply no person there, however Ezra, kind of drunk, alone with a bow and arrow as a result of the different folks had taken the weapons and locked them away. And Ezra was freaking out about it.”

As Rolling Stone beforehand reported in April, Miller’s string of arrests prompted an emergency meeting of executives at Warner Bros. and the comics big DC to debate the actor’s future with the studio. 

After the future of The Flash — or Jesus of the multiverse, as Miller referred to the character — was threatened by his actions (in addition to the studio’s abrupt cancelation of Batgirl), Miller finally apologized to WB execs in particular person and promised to enter to a remedy middle.

News of Miller looking for remedy got here simply days after Rolling Stone reported the police visited the 29-year-old actor’s Vermont farm over considerations for the security of a younger mom and her three kids, who had been being housed at the residence. 

“Having just lately gone by a time of intense disaster, I now perceive that I’m struggling advanced psychological well being points and have begun ongoing remedy,” the assertion says. “I wish to apologize to everybody that I’ve alarmed and upset with my previous habits. I’m dedicated to doing the crucial work to get again to a wholesome, secure and productive stage in my life.”

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