John-Paul Miller ‘felt like he owned’ Mica, her father says


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Michael Francis, the father of Mica Miller, shared concerns about her marriage to John-Paul Miller during an interview with “Elizabeth Vargas Reports.” Francis mentioned his opposition to the union, citing unusual circumstances like matching tattoos and John-Paul tattooing Mica with his signature.

The family of Mica Miller continues to seek further inquiries into her death, which occurred as she was in the process of divorcing John-Paul Miller, a pastor from South Carolina.

Upon Mica Miller’s death by gunshot in April, authorities categorized it as a suicide. Subsequent revelations shed light on her marital struggles, pending divorce, and incidents involving her estranged husband reported to law enforcement.

Michael Francis expressed disappointment in the way the system handled his daughter’s case from the start, drawing parallels to another individual named Alison. Francis emphasized the need for action based on the truthful accounts provided.

Alison Williams, Miller’s ex-wife, approached the court seeking temporary sole custody of their two youngest children, requesting that all communication be halted until John-Paul Miller undergoes psychological and parental aptitude evaluations.

Documents submitted to the 15th Circuit Family Court in Horry County detailed John-Paul Miller’s unfaithfulness, such as an affair with Mica that initiated while she served as a nanny for his and Alison’s children. Allegations in the filing further indicate instances of John-Paul Miller hiring prostitutes and engaging in inappropriate conduct with underage girls from Solid Rock Ministries.

Liz Jassin
Liz Jassin
Liz Jassin's reporting beat centers around real estate, technology, and true crime. Previously, Liz completed video internships for Business Insider in New York City and Milkwood film studios in London. She earned her bachelor’s degree in 2017 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she studied broadcast journalism and received concentrations in music and psychology.

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