Mayhem Miller Pleads Not Guilty
Jason “Mayhem” Miller pleaded not guilty today to a charge of resisting and obstructing a peace officer.
Miller was arrested on Oct. 9, after a standoff with sheriff’s deputies at his Mission Viejo, Calif., home.
Deputies were serving an arrest warrant at the home when the 33-year-old fighter ran back into his house and refused to come out willingly.
The situation quickly drew national attention as Miller live-tweeted throughout the standoff.
Authorities say they’ve had several run-ins with Miller in the past. In 2012, he was found naked inside a church. He was accused of vandalism, but the charges were dismissed. He was also arrested in 2013 for domestic violence.
Miller has not fought professionally since a May 2012 loss to C.B. Dollaway at UFC 146.
Miller was the host of MTV’s Bully Beatdown and also starred in the film “Here Comes the Boom.”
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