Two new restraining orders against Ezra Miller to protect a 12-year-old & an 18-year-old

Over the past few months Ezra Miller, the actor who played the Justice League superhero the Flash, has had more than his share of run-ins with the law.

The most recent saw a Massachusetts court grant the mother of a 12-year-old a temporary protection order on behalf of her child.

Another court in South Dakota issued a similar order protecting the Iron Eyes family, including their 18-year-old nonbinary daughter Tokata Iron Eyes a Standing Rock activist.

They now go by the name of Gibson and have been traveling with Miller for several months.

Miller now 29 years old, met the now 18-year-old Standing Rock activist when Gibson was just 8.

The two first met in 2012 during the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline protests when the actor joined with Indigenous protesters according to the parents’ court filings obtained by TMZ.

But it wasn’t until four years later when they were 12 that both began developing a friendship.

Over the ensuing years, Gibson visited Miller on movie sets and the actor flew the Standing Rock activist without their parents to the UK in 2017 while he was filming Harry Potter’s Fantastic Beasts when Iron Eyes was just 14 and Miller was 25.

Chase Iron Eyes and Sara Jumping Eagle, Gibson’s parents, claim that their child is facing mental health struggles and that Miller is controlling their daughter.