The alleged victims of “abuse” at the hands of actor Ezra Miller break their silence in their encounters with the troubled actor.
In a detailed Variety Show, the woman allegedly strangled by Ezra Miller in a bar in Iceland in 2020 recalled the events leading up to the viral video.
Three sources support the alleged anonymous victim’s claim that she started a conversation with the “The Flash” star – who uses their pronouns – after noticing the wounds on their feet. The woman said Miller, who was wearing slippers, told her they had been injured from a fight. As she walked away—the woman claimed—she turned jokingly, “But just because I know you, I can take you to the fight.”
Miller reportedly replied, “Do you really want to fight?” The woman asked Miller to meet her in the smoking area in two minutes. Miller eventually met the woman outside the bar – where the joke allegedly became physical.
“I think it’s just fun games – but then it wasn’t,” said the woman.
“suddenly, [they’re] Above me, he strangled me, and I still yelled at me if I wanted to fight. See my friend who is photographing [they’re] He’s clearly not joking and is actually serious, so he stops filming and pushes [Miller] in front of me [they’re] Still trying to fight me,” she recalls. “Two of my friends are already holding on to him [Miller] once again [Miller’s] They shout: This is what I wanted! That’s what I wanted! “
Variety also spoke with Miller’s ex-girlfriend, Nadia, who claimed the “Suicide Squad” star called her “transphobic” and a “Nazi” after Nadia asked Miller not to smoke cigarettes in her home.
Nadia said she invited Miller to her apartment in Berlin, Germany, in February 2022. The couple have not seen each other since it was reported that they had consensual sex in 2020.
Nadia said Miller was “very nice and very polite” until they started rolling a cigarette, and she told them they needed to take it outside.
“It just impressed them,” she claimed. “I asked them to leave about 20 times, maybe more. They started insulting me. I’m a “s–t-t” transphobic piece. I’m a “Nazi.”
“It became very stressful for me,” recalls Nadia, who also said she told Miller she was a Holocaust survivor. “They were walking around my house, looking at everything, touching everything, spreading tobacco leaves on the floor. I was disgusted and very intrusive.”
After about 30 minutes, she said Miller finally left as soon as she called the police. Although she didn’t think the actor would sexually assault her that night, she thought they “could somehow attack me physically”.
“I felt completely insecure,” she said.
In April, Nadia filed a criminal complaint about the incident, according to Variety. Investigators were looking into the trespassing charge, but the German public prosecutor’s office in Berlin said it had halted its search since Miller left the country.
The Post has reached out for comment from Miller’s representatives.
In March, Miller was arrested at a Hawaii bar on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment. Less than four weeks later, they were arrested in Aloha State for second-degree assault.
Miller has since been accused of grooming a number of young men, including Gibson’s Iron Eyes, who are said to have changed their name and use their/it pronouns.
Speaking to The Post earlier this month, Gibson’s mother, Sarah Jumping Eagle, said Miller “brainwashed” her child.
Jumping Eagle claimed, referring to the child by his birth name: “He does not allow Tokata or the other girls to shower or put on makeup.”
“They have to ask for his permission. She added, referring to the singer-turned-convict sex offender.
In addition, a non-binary mother and child from Massachusetts also obtained a protective order against the star after the family claimed the actor threatened them.
Earlier this month, Rolling Stone also published another report alleging Miller is housing a mother and her young children on their farm in Vermont. The children’s father is said to be concerned for their safety, while the mother claims Miller is keeping them safe because, she says, the father is abusive.
“It seems to be a pattern,” Nadia told Variety. “They’re off the hook.”