LA Times they are unable to locate Ezra Miller to serve a court order of protection against him, while their 18-year-old activist daughter released a video refuting their claims of cult-like grooming and manipulation by the actor.Chase Iron Eyes and his wife, Sara Jumping Eagle, said they have an interim protection order from a Standing Rock Sioux tribal court, but the court has been unable to locate Miller to serve it.

While Tokata Iron Eyes is 18 years old, tribal courts still have jurisdiction in the matter.“They move around so much [that] we’re stuck in this legal limbo situation, and we can’t serve them in any place they’re in long enough,” Chase Iron Eyes told the Times in a joint interview with Jumping Eagle. “They’ve been flighty.

They’ve been avoiding service, and now there’s public pressure mounting on them to make a decision, which makes us very concerned about Ezra’s volatile nature.”“Tokata needs help without Ezra’s interference,’ Jumping Eagle told the Times. “Ezra is a 29-year-old person who needs to get help on their own path and not interfere with Tokata’s development as their own person.”Miller is accused of grooming Tokata since their first meeting in 2016 while the actor was visiting the Standing Rock Reservation in South Dakota.