The mother of a 12-year-old has accused Miller of harassing her family and acting inappropriately towards her non-twin.
Miller’s attorney Marissa Elkins said the 30-year-old actor “never was alone with the child and never interacted with the child beyond two brief encounters that occurred in the presence of several other adults.” “.
On Friday, a Greenfield District Court judge ruled that the order issued in June 2022 had been lifted.
Elkins said: “The original order, pursued by Shannon Guin, on behalf of her young child, was based on false allegations.
“Disappointing for Ezra, Guin made his false accusations at a time when Ezra was struggling with serious mental health issues and was unable to go to court to defend himself against the allegations. wrongful convictions of this individual. If Ezra could have appeared in court last year and shared the truth about their very limited interactions with Ms. Guin, I believe the original order would never have been issued.”
Miller shared a statement on social media in response to the judge’s ruling, calling on the media for “recklessly” spreading “false statements” about them.
“I am encouraged by today’s results and grateful at this time to all those who have stood by me and sought to ensure that this egregious abuse of the protective order system is not taken seriously. stop,” the actor, who uses the pronoun surname, wrote.
“Protective orders are intended to keep individuals, families and children at risk. They are not intended to be used as a weapon by those seeking attention or fleeting tabloid fame or some form of personal revenge when there are people who really need these services.
They continued: “I have been unfairly and directly targeted by an individual whose facts indicate a history of such manipulation and vandalism.”
“I implore those members of the media who have recklessly spread false statements and do not accurately report the facts and context of this story, to hold themselves to a higher standard and take the time to find the truth, instead of chasing the clicks,” Miller wrote.
Miller recently alluded to his ongoing legal troubles at the premiere of his new DC superhero movie, Lightning.
Miller thanked the DC team — which includes James Gunn and Peter Safran, Warner Bros Discovery CEO David Zaslav and Warner Bros Film Group bosses Michael De Luca and Pam Abdy — for “grace, insight, and concern.” your concern for the circumstances of my life.”
The actor has been embroiled in controversy since at least 2020 when a video surfaced on Twitter showing the actor strangling a woman at a bar in Reykjavik, Iceland.
In 2022, he faces a series of criminal charges stretching from Hawaii to Vermont for erratic behavior.
The actor issued an apology in August 2022, explaining that they had “complex mental health issues”.