Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight and The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 14 coach, Jason Miller, was sentenced on multiple feloniy charges on Wednesday, incurred in the wake of his run-in with Orange County police back in 2014.
“Mayhem” left the courtroom with three years probation and 100 days of jail time.
Fortunately for the eclectic mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran — who already served 50 days in the slammer — a plea deal allowed him to skip town without spending anymore time behind bards.
“I take responsibility for my stupidity,” Miller said (via Orange County Register). “You can’t rough up the police with no consequences. I’ll serve my time with my head held high. I’ll straighten up and fly right.”
Miller was previously acquitted of felony domestic violence charges back in February.
As far as his combat sports career, Miller (23-10, 1 NC) was last seen throwing hands against Mattia Schiavolin for Venator FC overseas, a fight which he not only lost, but missed weight for by a whopping 24 pounds.
Which considering what’s been happening these past few years, is the least of his concerns.