Former UFC fighter Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller was arrested for felony domestic violence
Yet again, Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller has landed in hot water. The former UFC fighter, who is currently 40-years old, has been arrested multiple times in his life.
This time, he was arrested by the Los Angeles police after physically assaulting a woman. The news was first reported by TMZ Sports.
The victim then called up the police at 3 am in the morning (Friday). She was reported to have been screaming in the call.
Upon rushing to the scene, the police found the woman with hurt marks on her face and neck.
Following a brief struggle, since Miller resisted arrest, he was tased by the Los Angeles Police Department.
He was booked for felony domestic violence, being held on bail ( a massive bond of almost $1.4 million).
According to reports from TMZ, Miller has been arrested several times before. His first notable arrest came in 2011, after physically assaulting his own sister.
The next arrest was in 2012 – creating chaos inside a church.
He was also arrested for trying to assault the police in 2015.
Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller last fought in 2016
It has been more than 5 years since Jason Miller last fought. His last fight was in May 2016 against Mattia Schiavolin at Venator FC 3.
The 40-year old hasn’t announced his retirement yet. His only two appearances in the UFC came between December 2011 and May 2012.
He was knocked out by Michael Bisping at the Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale and lost to C.B Dolloway via. unanimous decision at UFC 146.
Miller was also notably the host of Bully Beatdown.
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