Unfortunately, it seems Jason “Mayhem” Miller cannot keep himself out of trouble.
A report obtained from TMZ indicates that Miller is in handcuffs once again for another domestic violence charge. In an effort to gather more information All Access MMA staff searched the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department inmate database to get a clearer picture of what had actually taken place.
When police arrived at the scene in San Fernando Valley, they found what they described as a female caller who was exhibiting symptoms of abuse, noting physical trauma around her face and neck.
Currently, the former UFC fighter is being held on bond for $1.385 million. This news is hardly surprising considering Miller has struggled to keep himself out of jail since 2011 with a litany of different charges.
According to the police report, Miller was uncooperative with officers which led to an unnecessary scuffle. Upon being tasered and subdued by the officers at the scene, Miller was taken away in a police patrol vehicle.
Miller has been involved in countless police altercations over the last decade. In 2011, the former fighter was charged after roughing up his sister. Then, in 2014, “Mayhem” lived up to his moniker when he live-tweeted a SWAT team standoff when the agency was there to deliver his warrant for another domestic violence charge.
As it is often noted, a healthy lifestyle is paramount to performing effectively inside the Octagon. Four months after being arrested for allegedly assaulting his sister, Miller was to face the legend, Michael Bisping in 2011. After Bisping finished Miller by strikes in the third round, “Mayhem” went on to lose back-to-back bouts in the UFC.
In the end, Miller left the UFC winless. Even so, his pugnacious attitude made for some tremendous memories inside the cage. With much of his success coming outside of the UFC, Miller (for now) leaves behind a stellar record of 28-10.
Do you think Miller can straighten his life out and get back to competing in mixed martial arts?