Miller, 29, has a farm in Stamford, Vermont, where a 25-year-old mother is living with her three young children ages 1 to 5, the report says. She told the outlet that she came to Miller’s home to escape violence from her ex.
But the father of the children objects to them being at Miller’s property and two sources allege there are unattended guns at the star’s home, with one source saying a 1-year-old got hold of a loose bullet and put it in her mouth.
Video reviewed by Rolling Stone reportedly appeared to show guns, assault weapons and rifles in a living room, some next to stuffed animals.
The mother, who has been living with her children at the farm since April, told Rolling Stone that Miller’s farm “has been a healing haven” for her family and that the guns on Miller’s property haven’t been a problem for her kids.
“They may have firearms for self-defense purposes,” she said of Miller, who uses they/them pronouns, “and they are stored in a part of the house that the children never go in.”
The mother met Miller in Hilo, Hawaii this past spring. The actor was arrested twice during their visit to the state — first on charges of disorderly conduct and harassment after an alleged incident at a karaoke bar.
Miller was accused of yelling obscenities at people, lunging at a man and grabbing a microphone from a woman. In April, the actor pleaded no contest to the disorderly conduct charge and was fined $500. The same day Miller was arrested again in Hawaii for allegedly throwing a chair at a woman.
“The Flash,” the superhero film focused on Miller’s Barry Allen character, is due out in theaters June 23, 2023.
The father in the Rolling Stone report denied abuse allegations from the mother and said Miller flew the family out of Hawaii without his knowledge. He said he hasn’t heard from them since.
Sources in the report also allege “heavy” marijuana use without proper ventilation around the children at Miller’s farm, which is reportedly also home to a cannabis farm and the Rebel Alliance Cannabis company, though Miller’s farm is not licensed by the state to grow more than six plants.
Miller is being sought by authorities who have tried to serve the actor an order of protection.
Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle, parents of 18-year-old activist Gibson Iron Eyes (formerly known as Tokata Iron Eyes), applied for the order in Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Court, accusing Miller of grooming Gibson after meeting her when she was 12. They said that the actor is still traveling with her.
Gibson defended Miller on social media. The actor, she said in an Instagram post, “has only provided loving support and invaluable protection.”
A 12-year-old child and mother in Massachusetts were also granted an order of protection against Miller after the actor allegedly made threats and yelled at a party in February, the Daily Beast reported.
In addition to Miller’s role as The Flash/ Barry Allen in the “Justice League” films from DC, the actor stars as Credence Barebone in the “Fantastic Beasts” movies, including “Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore,” which was released in April.
Thank you for relying on us to provide the journalism you can trust. Please consider supporting NJ.com with a subscription.