MMA Veteran Jason "Mayhem" Miller Arrested For Domestic Violence

Longtime MMA veteran and personality Jason "Mayhem" Miller has been arrested for felony domestic violence in Los Angeles, California.

TMZ Sports reported the news of Miller's arrest and that his bail has been set at $1.385 million for the incident that happened on Friday morning. According to the report, the LAPD received an emergency call at around 3 AM from a female who was screaming over the phone. Officers arrived on the scene where the female victim appeared to have visible marks on her face and neck. Cops then tried to apprehend Miller, who refused and eventually was tased after a struggle ensued. Miller was then placed under arrest and sent to a nearby hospital to be evaluated by doctors.

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This is the latest incident for Miller in a rap sheet that now extends back to August 2011, where he was charged with simple assault and false imprisonment for an altercation with his sister in North Carolina. After that Miller was arrested 13 more times from the span of August 2012 to August 2020 for multiple felony charges. Miller went 28-10-1 as a professional mixed martial artist and has competed in promotions such as the UFC, DREAM, Strikeforce, and WEC. He served as a coach on the fourteenth season of The Ultimate Fighter alongside UFC Hall of Famer Michael Bisping and hosted the popular MTV series 'Bully Beatdown' from March 2009 to October 2012.

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