Miller to Serve One-Year Prison Sentence

Jason “Mayhem” Miller was sentenced to one year in jail on July 18 after pleading guilty to a felony count of vandalism and a misdemeanor of violating a protective stay-away order.

Miller was arrested back on Oct. 19 and was accused of entering the home of a female acquaintance and destroying several pieces of property, including a table and several doors.

At the time of this arrest, Miller was already on probation for a 2017 domestic violence incident. Miller has had many run-ins with the law over the years, which also includes a 2014 incident at his California home in which he provided updates via social media on a standoff between him and a SWAT team.

Miller, who hosted the MTV show Bully Beatdown, competed in the UFC, Strikeforce, WEC and DREAM during his career and was highly controversial for his antics and entrances. Miller last competed in an Italian regional promotion in 2016, missing weight badly before getting submitted. It was his only fight since parting ways with the UFC in 2012.

Original Story: Orange County Register

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