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‘If I End Up With a Bullet in My Head…It Was [the Pastor]’—Mica Miller’s Siblings Submit Troubling Affidavits

Mica Miller John-Paul Miller Solid Rock at Market Commons
Mica Miller baptized at Valorous Church. Screengrab via Facebook / @Mica Miller

On May 2, Mica Miller’s brother, Nathaniel Francis, and Mica’s sister, Sierra Francis, submitted sworn affidavits to a South Carolina probate court in regards to their sister’s estate.

Miller was found dead on April 27 from what her husband, Pastor John-Paul Miller of Solid Rock of Market Common in Myrtle Beach, called suicide. (On Tuesday, May 7, the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office released a statement concluding that Mica Miller died by suicide on April 27 at Lumber River State Park.)

Since her death, however, Mica Miller’s family has said that Mica (30) had filed for divorce and a no-contact order and that the Millers were no longer living together.

While John-Paul has said that his wife battled mental illnesses, recently telling The Christian Post that she had been diagnosed with “bipolar II, schizophrenic and dependent personality disorder,” Mica’s friends and family have disagreed that she took her own life.

According to Sierra’s affidavit, John-Paul was served divorce papers on April 25, just two days before Mica’s death.

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Mica’s younger sister, Sierra, said in her affidavit that she frequently spoke to Mica and that Mica “expressed abuse and violence against her by her husband.” Mica believed that she was being tracked by people her husband had hired, something Sierra said that John-Paul “later confirmed” in a sermon Sierra watched.

Additionally, Sierra said that Mica claimed that Miller had been moving assets out of his name and putting them into his son’s and church’s names.

According to the affidavit, Miller moved Mica’s personal possessions from their home while Mica was in the Waccamaw mental health facility this past February. Before being admitted, Mica was gathering divorce evidence to “support her claims against” her husband’s “abuse, character, his paramours, and associates he paid off or blackmailed.”

Sierra said Mica informed her that John-Paul went through Mica’s devices and personal items that were used to collect the evidence and that he deleted Mica’s findings.

“My sister also expressed that she was fearful that she would not make it to the divorce and that her life would be taken from her. It is my belief, based on conversations with my sister, that she told multiple people, including other family members,” Sierra said.