Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight Jason Miller, who also competed for Strikeforce, will remain behind bars in Orange County, Calif., after pleading guilty to felony vandalism, as well as misdemeanor violation of a protective order.
That’s according to a report from Orange County Register.
Miller, 37, was arrested last October and taken into custody after entering his former girlfriend’s house and destroying her property, including a marble table, doors to her home, and a garage entryway.
“Mayhem” has been mixed up with police so many times over the past few years it’s been difficult to keep count. Aside from his arrests for vandalism and domestic violence, the former Bully Beatdown host once live-Tweeted his standoff with police.
As far as his combat sports career is concerned, that hasn’t fared much better. Miller (23-10, 1 NC) has only competed three times over the last seven years and was finished twice, including his Venator FC fight that resulted in one of the worst scale-fails in recent memory.
Hopefully Miller has (finally) learned his lesson, or can at least get the help he needs upon completion of his one-year sentence.