Former UFC fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller has been sentenced to one year in prison for vandalism and violating a protective order.
A report from the Patch states that Miller appeared in an Orange County, California two weeks ago, pleading guilty to a felony count of vandalism and a misdemeanor count of violating a protective order. The fighter had actually been in police custody since October of last year, when Miller was arrested for smashing a table, punching holes in multiple doors and derailing a garage door at a women’s house in La Habra, California.
The woman who’s home was invaded and destroyed by Miller was the same woman that the former UFC star had allegedly assaulted in 2017. Miller got a 124 day sentence for that crime, but got released for credit on time served.
Miller’s probation officer had filed a report after the arrest stating that the fighter’s behavior had been disappointing. Miller also a part of a drug and alcohol recovery program, but had dropped out after testing positive for various illegal substances.
It has been over three years since the last time Miller fought, with that bout being a second round submission loss to Mattia Schiavolin at Venator FC 3.