Former UFC fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller has found himself inside a courtroom on multiple occasions. Now it would appear that the former octagon competitor is facing a new felony charge.
Jason Miller was issued three years of probation back in 2017 after pleading guilty to a string of felonies that ranged from resisting arrest to battery. The plea deal marked a second strike on the fighter’s criminal record, as Miller was warned that breaking his parole could lead to severe punitive measures.
Well, as reported by nbclosangeles.com, Jason Miller was arrested on Friday and is now being held without bail. The fighter is now facing a felony vandalism charge. If it is determined that Jason Miller violated his probation, the fighter will reportedly face a minimum four years in prison.