Massachusetts court lifts temporary restraining order against Ezra Miller

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A #1 box office opening is usually good news. Not so The Flashthe latest offering from the DC Universe, which made $55.1 million in its opening weekend, well below projections.

With the series of events, The FlashDisappointing performance was soon blamed for layoffs at TCM, a cable network that, like the DCU, is also under the Warner Bros. umbrella. Discovery. Crunching the numbers, box office watcher Luiz Fernando even proved that WBD would have lost less money going forward The Flash was released on the company’s streaming platform MAX… Stick girl Last year. The film’s dismal revenue is attributed, in part, to a quiet public relations campaign. With a litany of disturbing stories about his star, Ezra Miller (about that VFand Julie Miller report last year), they haven’t done any interviews to promote it. In light of this, a date story about a court lifting a protective order against Miller really deserves good news for them.

As Marlow Stern first reported by The Daily Beast last June, a Massachusetts woman at the time was granted a temporary restraining order against Miller on behalf of herself and her 12-year-old unborn child time This came just a week after a similar order was sought by the parents of Tokata Iron Eyes, then 18, who first met Miller when Iron Eyes was 12, and Miller 23; “Ezra uses violence, intimidation, threats of violence, intimidation, paranoia, deception, and drugs to control the young teenage Tokata,” Iron Eyes’ parents said. The relevant authorities could not find Miller to serve papers, about which Miller posted several mocking memes on their Instagram account before they deleted it.

In the Massachusetts case, the child’s mother – who has since been identified as Shannon Guin – he said that Miller, while armed with a gun, accused Guin of being a witch and a vampire, and that he gave the child a lot of uncomfortable attention, including physical .

Although the order was due to expire on Saturday, the Massachusetts court lifted it a day early, apparently finding convincing arguments by Miller’s lawyer, Marissa Elkins, that Miller had never spent time with the child when other adults were not present, and that Guin’s “false allegations” were filed as “Ezra struggled with significant mental health issues, and that able to come to court to defend themselves against him. the false claims made by this person.” Additionally, no criminal charges have been filed in the case, and Guin did not appear at Friday’s hearing.

Last August, Miller apologized for the incidents involving Iron Eyes and Guin’s child and several others mentioned in Miller’s article, claiming they had “complex mental health issues” “began ongoing treatment”. Obviously, that was enough for Warner Bros. executives Michael De Luca and Pam Abdi to keep The Flash on the way. For anything of value, The Flashis a director Andrew Muschietti has said he wouldn’t recast Miller for a hypothetical sequel, but then again… maybe that’s because such a sequel is almost certainly not going to happen.

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