Jason 'Mayhem' Miller sentenced to 3 years probation, 100 days in jail

Booking photo of former MMA fighter Jason 'Mayhem' Miller, 35, of Mission Viejo after being arrested on suspicion of DUI. (Courtesy of Irvine Pollice Department)

Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller in trouble with law again, faces four years in prison if convicted

Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller is at it again. Miller, 37, was arrested last Friday and was being held without bail, according to jail records. The former professional mixed martial artist was arraigned Tuesday and faces a newly filed felony vandalism charge that could land him in prison if convicted.  The records do not detail what was vandalized.

Miller’s attorney said his client faces at least four years in prison if found to have violated the terms of his probation. When Miller resolved many of his legal troubles last year, prosecutors said he could face up to 21 years in prison if he violated the law once again.

‘Mayhem’ has certainly lived up to his name over the past few years.  If you wanted to count all of his legal issues, you might need more than one hand.  There was a standoff with police, there was the time he broke into a church, vandalism charges, domestic violence, assault on a police officer, and an altercation with two women.

The former fighter hasn’t fought since 2016, where he lost by submission at Venator FC 3 against Mattia Schiavolin. He missed weight by 24lbs, and suffered his third straight defeat in the process.

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