Ordered to keep at least 100 yards away from the family's residence for 30 days, Miller is also prohibited from "contacting or disturbing" Tokata and Chase Iron Eyes and Jumping Eagle. Miller's absence from the hearing on July 12 "will afford the relief asked," as the judge put it.
Even though Tokata is 18, her parents are still considered her legal guardians by tribal courts, and according to the Los Angeles Times, they have attempted to serve papers in Vermont and California in the past.
The parents believe Miller gave Tokata beer, marijuana, and LSD, and a recent interaction left Iron Eyes with injuries, no car, driver's license, keys, or bank card. They say Miller affected Tokata's decision to come out as non-binary transgender, despite being queer, homosexual, and non-binary.
An Instagram post allegedly from the activist on June 6 called Miller a "comrade" and accused their parents of "emotional and psychological exploitation". Tokata produced an Instagram video to "clarify" his statements.