Ezra Miller, known for his role on “The Flash,” has finally addressed the controversy surrounding the harassment order filed against him by the mother of a twelve-year-old non-binary boy. Deadline has reported that the temporary protection order against Miller was lifted because the family failed to appear in court, causing it to lapse.
The actor has ruled on the situation, providing a statement to the publication. He expressed his relief at the outcome of the matter and strongly criticized the media’s coverage of the events over the past year. Miller referred to the reports as “false claims” and called on journalists to improve their practices.
In a lengthy post, Miller expressed his gratitude to those who supported them through the ordeal. He said: “I am heartened by today’s outcome and very grateful at this time to everyone who has supported me and tried to ensure that this egregious misuse of the protection order system stopped.”
Addressing the media’s portrayal of the allegations, Miller stressed the need for accurate reporting and urged journalists to hold themselves to higher standards. He implored those who had irresponsibly spread false claims to take the time to uncover the facts rather than simply chase clicks.
Shortly after posting the statement, Miller faced backlash on social media.
One user wrote: “Dude sounds like the ultimate narcissist” while another user said: “Everyone who played a part should read this no matter what side you were on you should realize what you played in this, and accept and acknowledge your mistakes and correct them, or if you supported them, you must continue to stand up, support them and show them love.
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