Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 coach Jason Miller, who was arrested back on August 6, 2011, for allegedly assaulting his sister, says the incident is officially over and done with and nothing more than "a Miller family experience that got out of hand."
MMA Fighting has the details:
"I'll just say this: my sister was not in any state to drive, and I stopped her from driving. However, she was in a state to file a police report, which is now all over with. It's all finished. It was unfounded...a Miller family experience that got out of hand. It's funny, because I'm in the stage of my career where people care about some petty redneck drama that I got into. It's really surreal. I had TMZ beating down my door and trying to call me about that. I was like, are you serious? I didn't even think that was a big deal."
According to the Sheriff's Office in Chatham County, North Carolina, the 30-year-old Miller was arrested for simple assault and false imprisonment after putting his sister in a headlock at a party and refusing to let her leave.
He was released under a $5,000 secured bond.
The "Bully Beatdown" host was initially slated to make his Octagon return at UFC 132 back on July 2 in Las Vegas, Nevada; however, the promotion needed a motor-mouthed middleweight to coach TUF 14 when Chael Sonnen failed to get re-licensed in time for production.
His recent run-in with the law will not jeopardize his upcoming fight against Michael Bisping at the TUF 14 live finale this December, but don't be surprised to see "The Count" use it as part of his pre-fight trash-talking campaign.
He already got the ball rolling right here.