According to the court document obtained by Rolling Stone, the Vermont State Attorney’s office stated that it appeared as though the individual was trying to “avoid being served” with the order. The Vermont State Police made multiple attempts to serve the mother with an emergency care order, which required the children to be taken out of her custody and home due to concerns about their safety. However, Miller argued that the family hasn’t resided there for several months, during the weekend.
In May, Miller received a citation for a burglary offense for supposedly trespassing into a residence and taking numerous bottles of liquor during one of these trips in search of the mother.
A representative for the Vermont State Police Department directed a comment request to the Vermont Department for Children and Families, who declined to provide a comment due to confidentiality concerns. Furthermore, it remains uncertain whether anyone was expelled from the residence. However, it is ambiguous whether officials were present at Miller’s property in response to the emergency care order or for a different reason. Rolling Stone reviewed photographs that indicated the arrival of multiple police vehicles at the premises on Tuesday night, and a local informant verified that officers were present at the residence for approximately one hour.
Pursuant to the court decree, the state law enforcement arrived at the expansive Stamford estate on multiple occasions during the weekend in an endeavor to deliver to the mother the requested order from the State Attorney’s office pertaining to the welfare of her three children, who are one, four, and five years old.
In June, Rolling Stone reported that Miller, a nonbinary individual, had been housing their family and children in their home in Hawaii since mid-April.
According to Miller, the mother of the children said that the ranch has been a haven for healing for them, as it helped them escape from an abusive partner. They alleged that they saw a stray bullet in the mouth of their one-year-old child and claimed that there were unattended guns lying around the house, raising alarm bells over the safety of the children.
In the last week, the state had made two emergency care requests aiming to hand over legal custody of the children to the State Attorney’s office, relying on an affidavit from a DCF caseworker.
The Court concludes that if the child’s safety cannot reasonably be assured while remaining in the custody of the custodian or guardian, it is contrary to the child’s welfare for the child to remain in the home.
The order states that law enforcement had been attempting without success to deliver the order “throughout the entire weekend.”
The request states, “Miller, the proprietor of the dwelling, informed that Mother and the children had not been residing there for the previous two months.” Mother was sharing on social media in late July 2022 that [the case worker] identified as the interior of Miller’s home, which contradicts the details [the DCF caseworker] provided to the Court in her sworn statement.
After seemingly deleting her account, the mother continued to be active on Instagram nearly every day, sharing quotes, selfies taken inside Miller’s house, and pictures of the property before abruptly becoming inactive on social media in mid-July.
A hearing for the issue is set to take place later this week. Rolling Stone’s inquiry did not promptly receive a response from a representative for Miller.
It has been a rough week for Miller, the actor who was charged with felony burglary after allegedly breaking into a local resident’s home and stealing several bottles of booze. The police noted on Sunday that Miller had a citation for the charge and there was enough probable cause for his arraignment, which is scheduled for September 26. A press release by the police mentioned that Miller’s arrest was related to the charge.
Completely pre-recorded, the almost completed Batgirl movie has already undergone a consolidation with Discovery, which is currently focused on reducing costs following the release of their upcoming DC Comics film The Flash, set to premiere in June 2023. With Miller as the lead actor, all attention is on Warner Bros. To observe how the studio will address the situation, as worries about Miller’s continuous conduct appear to have surfaced.
As per The Hollywood Reporter, during the summer, Miller participated in extra scheduled photography because it has been receiving positive feedback and the studio is hesitant to make any significant choices about the movie at the moment.
Following the deletion of their Instagram account, Miller has refrained from addressing the numerous allegations that have accumulated against them, except for an Instagram story in mid-June which stated, “You are unable to reach me as I reside in a different realm.”
In March, while vacationing in Hawaii, the actor racked up a string of arrests for disorderly conduct. In June, Sara Jumping Eagle and Iron Eyes Chase, well-known activists who also use the names Tokata Gibson and Rock Standing, publicly accused Miller of grooming and brainwashing their 18-year-old child, Tokata, who uses she/they pronouns. Since then, Miller has denied the string of allegations against her and instead accused the parents of manipulating and emotionally harassing her on behalf of their 12-year-old child, whom she obtained a temporary order of harassment prevention against in Massachusetts.
The actor, who had control over their close friends, was seen on camera in Iceland, expressing their “fear” while being interviewed with the woman. Shortly after the release of Insider Business and Variety’s investigations into Miller’s alleged harassment of a woman in Germany, the actor was implicated.