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Ezra Miller’s Alleged World of Drugs, Guns, and Messianic Visions

Multiple sources have told Vanity Fair that Flash actor Ezra Miller is battling mental health and substance abuse issues that have resulted in a chaotic and dangerous home and lifestyle.According to these sources, Miller has a messianic vision of themself and uses their celebrity status to groom vulnerable persons and create a cult-like following. Sources also described Miller’s Vermont farm as filled with guns, drugs, and squalor, as well as an altar to marijuana, sage, and bullets.One unnamed source said Miller’s mental health issues and their hard-partying ways accelerated during downtime after projects had wrapped.

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