Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller, a former middleweight contender in the UFC, is now again facing legal issues.
Jason Miller, UFC fighter, has had a lot more arrests since then than fights
The 42-year-old continues to be one of the MMA’s most colorful characters. Jason Miller made his UFC 52 debut against Georges St-Pierre, where he rapidly won over the crowd. He would participate in Dream, Strikeforce, and the WEC over the ensuing years.
He hosted MTV’s Bully Beatdown at that point, turning becoming one of the sport’s first popular celebrities. However, things turned out terribly for the celebrity after his 2009 Strikeforce championship match loss to Jake Shields. From that point on, Jason Miller, UFC fighter, would go 2-3, falling to Mattia Schiavolin for the final time in 2016.
In a report from BJPENN, UFC fighter Jason Miller has had a lot more arrests since then than fights. Although he has frequently discussed making a comeback, the concept has been hindered by legal concerns. He had been detained 14 times since 2011, up until this past May.
Jason Miller was approached in the club by a fan
Since his release, he has been active on social media, but he has recently run into legal issues once more. A misdemeanor complaint against UFC fighter Jason Miller arising from an incident at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood over the weekend was originally reported by TMZ Sports earlier today.
The police report states that Jason Miller was approached in the club by a fan. Initially pleasant, the situation suddenly turned violent. Ultimately, the ex-fighter had the fan in a chokehold before thankfully security intervened to terminate the altercation.
Later, he fled the site before the police arrived. On the other hand, ‘Mayhem’ was detained the next day after returning to the club. He is now not in detention, but he has not yet addressed the legal situation on social media, report from Calf Kicker.