UFC Veteran Jason “Mayhem” Miller Charged With Misdemeanor Vandalism

Jason “Mayhem” Miller

“Mayhem” charged with misdemeanor vandalism

Mixed martial arts veteran Jason “Mayhem” Miller has been charged with misdemeanor vandalism for actions leading to his August 13 arrest.

MMAjunkie.com reported the news after learning of the charge from Orange County district attorney spokesman Farrah Emami.

Miller faces probation or up to a year in jail.

Miller was arrested on August 13 after being discovered naked in a California church. Police were called to the church, Mission Hills Baptist Church, only to discover broken windows, items scattered about, and fire extinguisher retardent on both the first and second floors before finding a coherent Miller.

A complaint was filed yesterday, citing $400 in damages after the incident.

Miller’s arraignment takes place on November 21.

The fan favorite and television personality recently retired from the sport of mixed martial arts after being released by the UFC. During his second stint with the top promotion, “Mayhem” lost back-to-back contests, pushing his record with the promotion to 0-3.

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