Parents Say Ezra Miller Uses ‘Violence, Intimidation’ To Control Their 18-Year-Old Daughter, New Court Filings Show

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After his Hawaii arrests, Ezra Miller is now involved in another legal problem — this one potentially even more serious.

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According to legal documents, Tokata Iron Eyes, 18 today, met then-23-year-old Ezra Miller back in 2016. At the time, she was 12.

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Miller was visiting the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota and, according to Tokata’s parents, she and Miller became friends. That friendship, again according to her parents, is putting Tokata at risk.

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They assert that Miller flew her to London in 2017 to see the filming of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. She was just 14.


Tokata’s parents also claim that Miller gave their minor daughter alcohol, marijuana, and LSD. Her schooling, according to these legal documents, was also interrupted after she dropped out of a private school in Massachusetts in 2021.

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In January, her parents flew to Miller’s home in Vermont to bring their daughter home. They found that she had no means to navigate her life alone: no license, no car keys, no bank cards. They also allege that bruises on Tokata’s body came from Miller.

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When she got home, Tokata’s parents say she ran off again to New York to be with Miller and they’ve since traveled to Vermont, Hawaii, and L.A.

During their stay in Hawaii, Miller was arrested several times.

“Ezra uses violence, intimidation, threat of violence, fear, paranoia, delusions, and drugs to hold sway over a young adolescent Tokata,” the documents claim. They also say that Miller decided Tokata is non-binary transgender, but she had previously stated that she was “non-binary, queer, gay.”

Tokata took to social media to assert that she is an independent adult making her own decisions, despite what the court filings assert.

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“I am an adult and I deserve to feel authority in my own body,” she began her Instagram post. She also says she is in therapy and that “my choices are my own”.

A hearing is set for next month.

Written by Kate Hackett

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