Ezra Miller Believed They Were the Messiah, the Flash Was Jesus of the Multiverse: Report

New report details actor's disturbing downward spiral that led to arrests and controversie

A MONTH AFTER Ezra Miller said they would enter treatment to deal with “complex mental health issues,” a new report details the actor’s disturbing downward spiral over the past two years, with Miller believing they were “the Messiah.” 

According to Vanity Fair, Miller’s mental health issues began to worsen in March 2020 at the onset of Covid-19, when work on their film projects — including the Fantastic Beasts sequel — abruptly came to a halt. With “no plan,” Miller traveled to Iceland, where the actor’s issues first grabbed headlines after they were filmed choking a woman in Reykjavik. 

In Iceland, Miller — who was reportedly struggling with the aftermath of their parents’ divorce — was accompanied by a 55-year-old South Dakota medicine man and “spiritual advisor” named Jasper Young Bear, who would tell Miller that the actor was messianic and that “demons” were after him, Vanity Fair wrote. 

“[Miller would] talk about the metaverse and the medicine and how they’re the Messiah and what [their] work is here,” a source said. (Rolling Stone has altered the quote to reflect Miller’s preferred they/them pronouns.) “They say their spiritual practice is to be among the people—which means party. So, when in Iceland, [they were] out nonstop. [Their] favorite were raves, where [they’d] go on benders for two or three days at a time.” 

Miller’s issues intensified upon returning to the U.S., both in Vermont — where the actor’s farm drew the attention of Vermont’s child services — and Hawaii, where Miller was arrested on charges ranging from disorderly conduct to second-degree assault. 

At Miller’s farm in Vermont — dubbed “the Mountain” — the actor reportedly had an altar comprised of marijuana, sage, bullets and figurines of the Flash, the DC superhero they portrays on the big screen; according to a source, Miller often conflated themselves as his big-screen alter ego, “claiming that the Flash is the one who brings the multiverses together just like Jesus.”