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Ezra Miller Is Reportedly Taunting Authorities Now. Oh Good.

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 15, 2022 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | June 15, 2022 |


Just when it seems like the Ezra Miller situation can’t get any worse — Haha, remember when Warner Bros. actually thought they’d lie low? Ah, the other week… — the actor reportedly posted memes taunting authorities who have been trying to serve Miller with court papers after Tokata Iron Eyes’ parents were granted a protective order. The Flash star has since deleted their Instagram account, but as everyone knows, the internet is forever. Now, I’m no big city lawyer, but I’m going to assume making a mockery of the courts usually doesn’t end well. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. is apparently still hoping this whole thing will blow over because the studio hasn’t said a freaking word since the grooming allegations broke. Keep sticking that head in the sand. It’s going great! (The Direct)

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