Does Ezra Miller Think He’s The Messiah? Report: Actor Identifies As Both Jesus Christ And The Devil

Recent strange behaviors exhibited by Ezra Miller appear to be merely the tip of the proverbial iceberg regarding their downward spiral. A fresh report has unearthed troubling new facts about the actor’s delusions and their arrests in 2022, which led to their admission to a rehabilitation clinic due to their behavior.

Miller allegedly suffers from a “Messiah complex” and frequently refers to themselves in alternating fashion as “Jesus and the devil,” as stated in Vanity Fair. Reportedly, the Wyckoff resident who is suspected of grooming, brainwashing, and emotionally abusing 12-year-old Takota Iron Eyes believes that they and the adolescent are destined to be together and “bring about the apocalypse.”

Ezra Miller Messiah Complex
Ezra Miller Messiah Complex

These allegations have been made public in the media. A source provides a synopsis of their deluded mind of Miller, stating that “Ezra is Jesus, and Tokata is an apocalyptic Native American spider goddess, and their union is designed to bring about the apocalypse.” And that is the “true” reason why everyone is so against the two of them being together.

Jumping Eagle, Iron Eyes’ mother, knows this information has been shared. She repeats, “They say they are some kind of messiah, and they are going to lead an Indigenous revolution,” despite the fact that the actor in question does not have Native American lineage in their own family tree.

“He professes that he walks through this world with an Indigenous humility and spiritual awareness,” says one Indigenous insider, who does not believe that Miller’s fixation on native cultures is respectful. “He walks through this world with an Indigenous humility and spiritual awareness,” says the Indigenous insider.

Ezra Miller Messiah Complex
Ezra Miller Messiah Complex

“However, the reality is that he does not at all. Because he doesn’t give a damn about it.”
The majority of sources additionally reveal that Miller verbally and emotionally abused those around them, and they describe their downward spiral as “a conflagration of the mental health issues the actor has acknowledged, along with drugs, guns, and outlandish claims, that has raged for more than two years.”

At least three different people have stated that Miller has incorporated the superhero role that they play into their pompous discourse. During Miller’s arrest in March in a tiki bar called Margarita Village in Hilo, Hawaii, for shouting profanities, spitting in a customer’s face, and grabbing a mic from a woman singing karaoke, the actor claimed to have evidence that he had been assaulted by a Nazi and stated that he was a victim of the incident.

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