Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller Facing Felony Charges After Alleged Bar Fight in September

By Tristen Critchfield Oct 25, 2021

Troubled former fighter Jason Miller is facing a pair of felony charges for a bar fight that occurred in September, according to a report from TMZ Sports.

The UFC and Strikeforce veteran is facing charges of assault and battery after allegedly breaking a man’s ribs outside a San Fernando, Calif., bar last month. The man Miller injured initially elected not to file charges but later changed his mind after a hospital visit. That resulted in police charging Miller with felony battery and felony assault.

The news comes on the heels of “Mayhem” being arrested for felony domestic violence in Los Angeles on September 10. The 40-year-old was held on bail of $1.385 million after a women called 911 screaming for help and police arrived at the scene to find her with marks on her face and neck. Miller initially resisted being taken into custody and was tased and cuffed as a result.

The former “Bully Beatdown” host has a lengthy history of running afoul of the law. Less than a year ago, Miller was charged with multiple felonies including first-degree burglary and grand theft auto, in which he pleaded not guilty when brought to trial. He was previously taken in for a charge of felony vandalism, which rose to that level when he caused a certain dollar amount of damage. Other prior incidents include breaking into a church nude causing damage, and a guilty plea for domestic violence to a spouse or cohabitant that put him on probation a few years ago.

Miller owns a 23-10 career mark in MMA over the course of a professional tenure that began in 2001. He last competed on May 21, 2016, falling to Mattia Schiavolin via submission at Venator FC 3.

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