Ezra Miller Reportedly Has Mother and Three Children Living on ‘Unsafe’ Farm With Assault Weapons ‘Lying Around’

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In Ezra Miller's Vermont farm, sources allege in a brand new Rolling Stone piece that a mother and her three children live in "chaotic" in "unsafe" circumstances.

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The individuals of the incident are believed to have made their statements in anonymity "for the fear of retribution" claiming Miller's property contains firearms that are "unattended" weapons.

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Furthermore footage taken from the property has been reported to show guns, including weapons for assault weapons--"lying all around" in the living room.

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According to the report, guns are also "propped up" along with a range of stuffed animals in footage that was shared by sources.

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We regretfully must end our Friday and the Saturday show at the local venue."

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According to one report one source, according to one source, children--a year old--at one time put the word "loose bullet" inside her mouth.

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The woman who is in question was also quoted anonymously in the report published on Thursday and the father of the children.

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According to the woman's 25 Miller's house has given her and her children with an "healing" space following an incident of allegations of abuse, something Miller's father denies.

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The woman is said to be living on the Vermont farm since the beginning of April after first encountering Miller at a restaurant in the Hilo region of Hawaii.

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As we previously reported, Miller was the subject of headlines to a variety of incidents in the region which included being arrested for disorderly conduct as well as harassment charges.

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Read the full Rolling Stone report regarding the allegations of conditions on Miller's property, which is 96 acres, below.

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In a non-related incident that was not related, Miller was charged earlier this month with engaging in sexual grooming with activists Tokata Iron Eyes while they were minors and their parents asserting in a court document that Miller had been involved in emotional and physical assault.

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Tokata has spoken out against these allegations in a subsequent social media update, declaring that the claims " hold no weight" and are the result of transphobia.

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