Issa Rae Is Disappointed With Ezra Miller

Issa Rae

In a recent interview with Elle magazine, Issa Rae noted that the events surrounding Ezra Miller are a “microcosm of Hollywood,” including the continued protection of criminals in the entertainment business.

They were cited in Vermont for felony burglary, and Miller was detained twice in Hawaii this year for disorderly conduct and harassment. Miller was seen on camera in 2020 strangling a lady outside of a club in Iceland. Miller recently filmed reshoots for the Warner Bros. comic book tentpole “The Flash,” and the picture is still scheduled for release in June 2023, despite all of the setbacks. 

Issa Rae Believes That Hollywood Protects Predators

A statement sent by Miller’s manager to Variety in August indicated the actor was entering therapy for “complex mental health concerns.” Issa Rae said, “I am not for leaping to conclusions, and I have no problem with investigations, but I do believe it is crucial to “Listen to women,” as the slogan puts it. Elle was informed by Issa Rae herself. Miller, who does not use a binary gender identity, has been involved in several arrests and legal troubles in 2018, but Warner Bros. still intends to release the Flash next June in which Miller stars.

In conclusion: Miller was widely condemned in April when a video surfaced of him choking a female bargoer in Reykjavik. In the 50th state of the United States, they experienced double arrests. There have been allegations of sexual abuse against the actor, as well as a temporary harassment prevention order obtained by a 12-year-old and her mother in Greenfield, MA, who claimed the actor harassed them and got a restraining order against Miller reported by the parents of an 18-year-old, who accuse Miller of grooming and brainwashing the teen, an accusation the girl denies. Then, in early August, Vermont authorities charged Miller with burglary.

A week later, the ex-Justice League member released a statement reading in part, “having just gone through a period of tremendous stress, I now recognize that I am battling complicated mental health difficulties and have commenced continuous therapy.”