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Ezra Miller has been under investigation by the GPD over a citizen’s allegation

Vermont’s Department of Children and Families is investigating Ezra Miller; demanding the removal of three children from the young star’s farm.

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The mother had been sending selfies and pictures from inside the house until her account vanished in mid-July, and the court cites that activity as further evidence that she and the kids have been residing there.

The decision stated, “Miller, the owner of the premises, advised that Mother and the children had not been residing there for the past two months.” “This contradicts information [the DCF caseworker] submitted to the Court in her affidavit as Mother was uploading on social media in late July 2022 that [the case worker] identified as the inside of Miller’s apartment,” the case worker wrote in her affidavit.

When The Times contacted Miller for comment, no one from the company responded right away. A DCF representative declined to comment on the situation, stating that specifics of the ongoing inquiry were private.

The inquiry comes just days after Miller was accused of felony burglary in Vermont in connection with an incident that happened on May 1 and during which, according to police, the troubled actor stole several bottles of alcohol from a house while the owners were not there.

On September 26, Miller will be formally charged with that offense.

Miller’s involvement in Warner Bros.’s blockbuster “The Flash” in 2023 is probably more bad news for the studio. David Zaslav, the CEO of the firm, recently stated that the movie was proceeding according to plan.

The Hollywood Reporter said on Thursday that the studio is currently considering its options, which range from limiting Miller’s availability for interviews and appearances in marketing campaigns to completely cancelling the $200 million film should circumstances worsen.

This article first appeared in the Los Angeles Times.