Former UFC fighter Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller is no stranger to trouble with the law. Today he was released from an Orange County jail after pleading guilty to a domestic violence charge.
Mayhem was arrested September 27 and charged with 5 felony counts of domestic violence.
He was also charge with 1 felony count after vandalizing another girlfriend’s car. As if that was not enough Miller was also hit with misdemeanor charges after damaging the phones of two former girlfriends, preventing them from calling police.
According to TMZ, “Miller initially pled not guilty to all charges — but later struck a plea deal with prosecutors in which he pled guilty to corporal injury to a spouse/cohabitant and the rest of the charges were thrown out.
Miller was sentenced to 3 years probation with a suspended 4-year state prison sentence — which means if he violates his probation, the judge can lock him up for 4 years. He also got credit for the 62 days he already served in jail.
“Per the terms of his deal, Mayhem will be released to a sobriety treatment program and must remain clean for the entire term of his probation.”
In July 2016, Miller was arrested for suspicion of attacking a woman, injuring a security guard and spitting on a police officer at a Costa Mesa restaurant.