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UFC vet Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller to serve a 1 year jail sentence

UFC veteran Jason Mayhem Miller is etched into almost every MMA fan’s memories for being the host of MTV’s Bully Beatdown show and for even more famously and rather infamous and notoriously being a key figure in starting the Strikeforce Nashville brawl against the Diaz brothers, Nick and Nate, and the then Strikeforce middleweight champion Jake Shields. However, now Miller has again found himself in some hot waters after controversially landing a hefty one-year-long prison sentence.

Miller has previously been troubled by legal troubles as well and had in fact been on probation since November of 2017 for charges of domestic violence.

Mayhem Miller had caused mayhem at a female acquaintance’s home in October last year. When he unlawfully entered the property of the acquaintance and also vandalized and damaged it. He had broken the doors, a marble table and also vandalized the garage door of the house and was later arrested as well. He had also been served a restraining order by the Orange County Court.

The former UFC, Strikeforce and WEC fighter has now been sent to the jail by Orange County register citing previous court records due to him violating the protective stay-away order this past Thursday and for further pleading guilty to a felony count of vandalism and misdemeanor. Miller’s sentence will see him serve a year in prison.




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