THE FLASH Star Ezra Miller Has Now Been Accused Of Supplying A Minor With Drugs And Alcohol

The seemingly endless saga of Ezra Miller's bad behaviour continues, and this time it's being reported that The Flash star has been accused of supplying a minor with alcohol, marijuana and LSD.

A recent report indicated that The Flash had been "extraordinarily well received" by audiences who caught early test-screenings, but all the positive feedback in the world won't matter if Warner Bros. refuses to officially address the increasingly disturbing behaviour of the movie's star.

After being arrested (twice) in Hawaii for a variety of scummy incidents including verbal/physical assault and theft, Ezra Miller has now been accused of supplying a minor with drugs and alcohol.

According to a report from TMZ, the parents of Tokata Iron Eyes allege that a then-23-year-old Miller met their daughter back in 2016 - when she was just 12 years old - when they were visiting the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota. From there, her parents maintain that they developed a friendship that put "Tokata at risk."

The underage girl reportedly visited Miller on the set of the first Fantastic Beasts movie in 2017, and as their friendship developed, the actor is said to have supplied her with alcohol, marijuana and LSD. Tokata's folks also claim to have flown out to Miller's Vermont home in January to pick up their daughter only to discover that she didn't have her driver's license, car keys, bank card and "other items needed to navigate life independently."

Bruises were also found on Tokata's body which they allege Ezra caused.

TMZ reached out to Miller's team, but have yet to hear back. It'll be interesting to see if the studio finally issues some kind of response. A recent report did indicate that Warner Bros. had decided to "hit pause on any future projects involving the actor including possible appearances in the DC Cinematic Universe," but that was later played down as an "exaggeration."

For the record, Tokata refutes her parents' accusations.

The Flash was recently pushed back from Nov. 4, 2022 to June 23, 2023.

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