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'I love Twitter!' Mayhem Miller court video surfaces, explains social media SWAT standoff

"I love Twitter.... Number one was my own personal safety — I just wanted to make sure that everything [went] without a hitch. Unfortunately, there was some trouble…. I don’t want to get into details about the case — I’m sure that there will be a time to tell everything. But, right now, I just want to go through the process…. I’m completely innocent. It’s unfortunate. And, like I said, I will prove my innocence in a court of law."

-- Jason "Mayhem" Miller granted a brief interview to ABC 7 in Los Angeles, Calif., moments after he was arraigned for charges of resisting and obstructing an officer in Orange County Superior Court earlier this week (read more here). Miller didn't go into deep detail in the interview about his bizarre three-hour standoff with local police and a tactical SWAT team last week in Mission Viejo, Calif., during which he refused to exit his home ... and provided play-by-play coverage via every step of the way. After finally surrendering and subsequently spending seven days behind bars, Miller was released on a $200,000 bond and will soon have to answer to the charges that led to his most recent arrest, which include several instances of domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend. In other words, his legal situation is far from over ... just like his Tweeting.

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