Jason “Mayhem” Miller was scheduled to appear in court this week following a Saturday night brawl and scuffle with police that resulted in Miller’s arrest. The brouhaha involving Jason Miller, 34, a former fighter in the UFC who hasShow More Summary
An MMA brawler was busted in southern California for fighting with cops after a fracas inside a Laguna Beach restaurant, cops say.
Jason 'Mayhem' Miller's latest arrest took place outside of a Laguna Beach bar over the weekend, where he allegedly kicked and spat on cops. [ more › ]
Mixed-martial-arts fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller is due in court Tuesday after he allegedly brawled with police in Laguna Beach over the weekend.
Mixed martial arts fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller was arrested Saturday after fighting with officers, police said, but this time he wasn't live tweeting the run-in.
And the odd string of behavior for "Mayhem" continues.
(via Shay's Instagram) When we last checked in with former Strikeforce/UFC fighter turned certifiably crazy person Jason Miller, he had just finished pleading not guilty to resisting and obstructing officer charges following a standoff with California SWAT...that he live tweeted. Show More Summary
Lest anyone thinks that whole Strikeforce thing is water under the bridge, I present to you the twitter timeline of troubled mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Jason Miller. OMFG HOMIE, WHY YOU TAKE THIS FIGHT WITH DOS ANJOS, NATE DIAZ?...Show More Summary
As of this writing, he's managed to secure $845. Only $1,999,155 to go! I guess it beats starting another ice bucket challenge. Former Strikeforce and UFC veteran Jason Miller is hoping to raise money for his costly legal defense byShow More Summary
After live tweeting a standoff with Orange County Sheriff and SWAT officers on Thursday, former Strikeforce and UFC middleweight Jason Miller is being held in Orange County Jail on $200,000 bail. The Orange County Sheriff's Department...Show More Summary
Don't be suave, homie. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight and longtime mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Jason Miller is currently under lock and key at the Intake Release Center in Orange County, Calif., following...Show More Summary
Jason “Mayhem” Miller has had an accomplished career in the MMA world. Over 37 career fights, Miller is 28-9. He’s fought in Japan, the UFC, Strikeforce, and WEC. He was the star of an MTV show called Bully Beatdown. But in recent years, he’s fallen on hard times. Show More Summary
A dozen police officers, a shirtless mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, and one confused pooch. Is normal.
Ex-MMA fighter Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller live-tweeted a standoff with police over domestic violence charges. ‘War Machine’ beat porn star Christy Mack to within an inch of her life. Josh Grispi sicced his pit bull on his wife. Is a combination of head trauma and PEDs to blame?
Mixed martial arts fighter and former MTV reality show host Jason “Mayhem” Miller remains in custody and is scheduled to appear in a jailhouse courtroom next week after barricading himself in his Mission Viejo home and live-tweeting the standoff.
Jason Miller has defeated the likes of Robbie Lawler, Kazushi Sakuraba, and Tim Kennedy. But the cage fighter proved no match for the Orange County Sheriff's Department. They put him in their cage. The former star of MTV's Bully Beatdown...Show More Summary
Police arrived at the Mission Viejo, Calif., home of Jason “Mayhem” Miller in order to arrest him Thursday on charges of domestic violence and stalking. Miller, an MMA veteran and accomplished media personality, responded by barricading himself in the house. Then he began live-tweeting the standoff. i need to tell everyone about the absolute waste […]
Mixed-martial artist Jason “Mayhem” Miller live-tweeted an hours-long standoff with the Sheriff’s Department that ended with a SWAT team, a bomb squad and crisis negotiators at his Mission Viejo home on Thursday. Deputies were serving an arrest warrant for alleged stalking and domestic violence about 10:00 a.m. when the suspect barricaded himself inside the home, [...]
Retired mixed martial artist Jason Miller was taken into custody Thursday afternoon following a nonviolent standoff with Orange County Sheriff’s Department officers in California. Miller live-tweeted the standoff from his personal account, which has 222,000 followers. At one point during the standoff, he wrote, “just (sic) don’t let them shoot me.”
It appears that former UFC and Strikeforce fighter Jason Miller had been live tweeting his standoff with the Orange County Police Department and SWAT team. According to the Orange County warrant database Miller was being sought for three different felony charges including injure spouse, criminal contempt and stalking. Show More Summary