Warner’s, “The Flash,” will be released on June 23, 2023, but The Flash Justice League star Ezra Miller is May not be around for it. Ezra Miller is accused of “psychologically manipulating, physically intimidating and endangering the safety and welfare of Tokata Iron Eyes,” according to The Times, “Ezra Miller’s grooming allegations deepen, but the court is having a hard time locating the actor after the parents of an 18-year-old from North Dakota obtained a protective order against Ezra Miller.
Catch up on the original story by Nardine, SAAD staff writer at the L.A. Times, , and Ezra Miller, at a 2018 event, faces allegations of “physically and emotionally abusing” a teen by Evan Agostini, Associated Press.
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While I’m not familiar with Ezra Miller’s questionable recent history, I do know that with celebrity sexual assault and harassment scandals flowing from the showbiz industry, some people (including one CNN-based commentator) wonder whether they’ll feel comfortable consuming quality products involving seriously offending entertainers and producers.
Meantime, some big-celebrity fans will continue viewing their favorites nonetheless, while others may indefinitely remain in denial, as superstardom’s brightness can be blinding — especially when the product becomes legendary.
The late Michael Jackson’s boy sleepovers at his Neverland Ranch comes to my mind, particularly for the well-organized attacks via various media on anyone, including big TV producers, who’d dare even imply that the legendary pop-music artist had a pedophilic tendency. He simply was — and still is — that great and loved.
As a pre-broadcast-era artist example, many people to this day have great difficulty accepting, or perhaps even caring, that acclaimed author Lewis Carroll — writer of the Alice In Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass children’s novels — enjoyed having little girls pose nude for his camera. [NOTE: No child had accused the great author of inappropriately touching her.]
A few years ago, I asked four peers whether they were aware of this rather unorthodox photography hobby enjoyed by Carroll, penname of Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. All four had no idea. One, though, became agitatedly apologetic and diversionary in her defense of the author: “So what? Woody Allen had sex with his [teenaged adopted] daughter!” Another peer replied similarly.
Astounded, I felt sure they would not be so dismissive had they viewed just a few of the many shots of unnaturally seductive poses involving small child subjects. The ones I saw left me disgusted. Again, it seems few know or care about it. …
Indeed, many big-celebrity fans will continue consuming and defending their favorites nonetheless, while others may indefinitely remain in denial, as superstardom’s brightness can be blinding — especially when the product becomes legendary.
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