Ezra Miller Continues to Evade Authorities Amid Grooming Allegations

Ezra Miller Continues to Evade Authorities Amid Grooming Allegations

Ezra Miller

In recent weeks, missing person news has been punctuated with articles on non-binary actor, Ezra Miller, who has garnered a great deal negative press after a pattern of erratic behavior and violent outbursts. On a spectrum of behaviors that range from problematic to criminal in nature, one of the most disturbing allegations against Miller is that they have been engaging in grooming behavior with multiple minors. Now, as authorities attempt to force Miller to answer for their crimes, they remain on the run from accountability, along with one of their alleged victims, Gibson Iron Eyes, 18, who is also non-binary. Iron Eyes first met Miller when they were just 12 years old at a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in 2016.  

Ezra Miller has been getting a steady stream of bad press since early 2020, when they were captured on video choking a woman and throwing her to the ground at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland. Since then, the series of violent outbursts and problematic conduct have formed a downward spiral for the We Have to Talk About Kevin actor. Warner Bros. just announced that they will be “hitting pause” on all upcoming projects featuring Miller in the role of Barry Allen aka The Flash, and more fans continue to flee the Ezra Miller camp as a second victim of their alleged grooming behavior has come forward with their mother.  

On June 16, The Daily Beast published a report with the aforementioned second victim on the condition that the identity of the victim and their mother were protected. The report stated that this child and their mother had been granted a temporary harassment prevention order against Miller on the basis that the actor behaved menacingly towards the family and behaved inappropriately with the minor child. According to the neighbor, during one of these incidents, Miller was dressed for the possibility of violence, “[Miller] was wearing a bulletproof vest—and I had no idea until later that they were armed.” According to the neighbor, the events turned sour once Miller accused the child’s mother of cultural appropriation for referring to her friends as her “tribe.” The neighbor, believing Miller to be intoxicated in some way then saw Miller open up their jacket to brandish a firearm, “They opened up their jacket—they had this, like, big gun, and they said ‘Talking like that could get you into a really series situation. The mother, the child, and their neighbor, also added that Miller invited the mother to drink their blood because of her goth manner of dress.  

Ezra Miller remains missing as authorities continue the search for the Flash actor. Miller shut down their Instagram account after posting memes that appeared to taunt authorities for failing to serve them. Gibson Iron Eyes’ family maintains that their child is in danger while in the company of Miller. Iron Eyes has released a statement on their Instagram denouncing these claims, “I’d like to say that it’s nobody’s business and that no one is owed a story or an outcome…This is my life, these are my decisions, and I’m disappointed in my parents and the press in every way. Thank you.”  

Cambodian entertainer Chansotheavy Young returned safely to San Diego

Cambodian entertainer Chansotheavy Young returned safely to San Diego


Photo From – nbcsandiego.com

29-year-old Chansotheavy Young, a Cambodian national currently on a music tour in the United States, has been returned safely to her manager in San Diego after having been missing for nearly a week.

According to a statement released by Young’s employer, Khmer Entertainment of America, she returned to San Diego on Sunday.

“She is well, safe and under our care as her U.S. sponsor and employer,” Khmer Entertainment of America wrote on their Facebook page.

KEA thanked the San Diego Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit for their dedication and diligence while working on the case, and for helping to return the singer to them safely. KEA also thanked the various San Diego news outlets including, FOX 5 – San Diego, NBC 7 – San Diego and ABC’s 10News – San Diego, for bringing the case to the attention of the public.

Details regarding Chansotheavy’s disappearance are still unknown. Due to the ongoing investigation, it is also unclear whether or not Young left San Diego on her own volition.

KEA says it plans to post updates on its Facebook page as more details regarding the case become available to the public.

“At this time, we cannot comment any further pending the open investigation,” KEA announced on Sunday.

Although Young was not scheduled to leave San Diego the day she disappeared, and took no personal belongings with her when she left, it was believed that she could have been headed to Everett, Washington. It is still uncertain why investigators considered Everett to be a possible destination for Young.

Sometime after her disappearance, Young’s Facebook page was deactivated, which led a few worried fans to post on KEA’s Facebook page asking why this might be. KEA did not respond to these questions, and it is still unclear why Young’s Facebook page had been taken down. As of this writing, her Facebook page remains deactivated.

Young’s cell phone had also been turned off during the time that she was missing. Her manager, Lim Cheang, became concerned on Monday, Jan. 4, when she didn’t answer her door to take a call from a friend on the East Coast. After realizing that her cell phone was turned off, Cheang began by checking the security camera at his home and later started a neighborhood search with a friend.

According to KEA, Young’s current visa is valid until April 2016 so that she can perform for the Cambodian New Year here in the United States. It is unclear whether or not she plans to stay in the US, considering her recent disappearance, in order to perform on April 13 for the celebration of the Cambodian New Year.

To see a clip of Chansotheavy performing, watch NBC San Diego’s coverage of her disappearance.

Aaron Snyder, Writer, Lauth Missing Persons Blog