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The family of Mica Miller, the pastor’s wife who fatally shot herself in a North Carolina state park last month, revealed text messages alleging abuse from the pastor years before Miller filed for divorce.

Miller’s sister Sierra Francis shared alleged screenshots of the messages Solid Rock Church Pastor John-Paul Miller sent to his wife and her family including threats claiming he was armed.

“The proof is in the abuse,” Francis wrote on TikTok. “Police reports were filed when JP threatened his life, we did a wellness check. That is when he got mad. Police stated “when they arrived to perform a wellness check, he was loading micas belongings into his truck. he stated he was not suicidal. #justiceformica.”

“We don’t want any drama here. That was the pretense of Mica coming for a visit, that is just Mica alone,” one message from the family read.

Disturbing text messages shared by Mica Miller’s family allegedly shows abuse from John-Paul Miller years before his wife’s death. Burroughs Funeral Home

The pastor seemingly didn’t take “no” for an answer as he said he was three hours away and wasn’t scared when the family threatened to call the cops or be met with another relative if he showed up.

“I’m armed. I’m ready,” John-Paul Miller wrote. “Mica can fix all of this.”

“THIS doesn’t help anything. Threats and intimidation only make matters worse.”

Other screenshots showed the disturbing messages the pastor sent directly to his wife, who saved him as “Honey Baby” in her phone.

“My blood is on you, and my kids will know. All you had to do was come home to me. But you don’t even care that much about me,” John-Paul Miller allegedly said.

The pastor seemingly didn’t take “no” for an answer as he said he was three hours away and wasn’t scared when the family threatened to call the cops or be met with another relative if he showed up. @justiceformica/TikTok
Other screenshots showed the disturbing messages the pastor sent directly to his wife, who saved him as “Honey Baby” in her phone. @justiceformica/TikTok

“All you had to do was love me enough to drive home to me, but you don’t even care that much about me, I love you, I’m sorry.”

“If you come home today we can take off the rest of the year and go to counseling everyday. Go to Iceland. Do whatever in order to get well.

“I also desperately want a child with u. I’m just scared of this. This is the only reason I wouldn’t. I’m scared of divorce or putting the child thru things like this where u leave and aren’t willing to do whatever it takes.”

John-Paul Miller has five children with his previous wife.

“All of this started because of one bad decision a month ago in Columbia. If I could go back (in) time I would. We had the GREATEST marriage in the world up until that one wrong choice.”

“It can continue down that path or we can have an amazing marriage once again, the choice is urs.” Love u.

Mica Miller was captured on security camera purchasing a gun the day of her death. Robeson County Sheriff’s Office
Miller’s body was found in Lumber River State Park on April 27. WBTW

Mica Miller’s belongings were discovered by a fisherman on a riverbank Lumber River State Park on April 27 after he reportedly heard crying and a gunshot.

Her death came days after she served divorce papers to her husband.

The Robeson County Medical Examiner has ruled Mica Miller’s death a suicide by a gunshot wound to the head.

Since her death, law enforcement has asked the FBI and US Attorney’s Office to help investigate Mica’s suicide.

“The Robeson County Sheriff’s Office has been in contact with the United States Attorney’s Office and Federal Bureau of Investigation in South Carolina since the early stages of the Mica Miller investigation,” the sheriff’s office said in a statement on Monday, according to WPDE.

Miller’s sister Sierra Francis shared alleged screenshots of the messages Solid Rock Church Pastor John-Paul Miller sent to his wife and her family including threats claiming he was armed. @justiceformica/TikTok
Since her death, law enforcement has asked the FBI and US Attorney’s Office to help investigate Mica’s suicide. Mica Miller / Facebook

The next day, while giving a sermon at his South Carolina church, John-Paul Miller calmly announced to his congregation that his wife died from suicide.

“I got a call late last night, my wife has passed away. It was self-induced and it was up in North Carolina,” he said.

If you are struggling with suicidal thoughts or are experiencing a mental health crisis and live in New York City, you can call 1-888-NYC-WELL for free and confidential crisis counseling. If you live outside the five boroughs, you can dial the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or go to SuicidePreventionLifeline.org.



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