Jason “Mayhem” Miller Issues Apology After Recent Arrest
By FCF Staff
Strikeforce and UFC vet Jason “Mayhem” Miller has issued an apology just days after the 32 year-old was arrested and charged with domestic violence in Mission Viejo, California. Miller, who was arrested on Sunday morning, posted the following statement on his official website.
To Who it Concerns:
I and I beg for forgiveness. If I have brought shame or pain upon Anna, her Father, her Mother, her Sister, her children and Shiloh. Know this; JAH THE ALMIGHTY SHALL JUDGE AND NO-MAN.
I LOVE YOU.
I APOLOGIZE WITH ALL MY HEART, DURING THE MOST CHALLENGING TIME OF MY life, I ask only for YOU TO UNNASTAN. 33.
Samakatuwid magsisi at palayasin sa gayon na ang iyong mga kasalanan ay maaaring wiped-out
Mga Gawa 03:19
-J. Mayhem Lion
Miller was released from an Orange County jail after reportedly posting an $50,000 bond. A police report regarding the incident says that the alleged victim’s injuries include “multiple bruises covering both arms and both legs, laceration and bleeding above right eyebrow (approx. 1.5″ wide), and laceration to the right side of face (approx. 1.5″ wide). No property or weapons involved.”
If convicted of domestic violence Miller could face between two to four years in prison. Miller was arrested in 2011 after an alleged incident with his sister, but the fighter has claimed since that the matter was resolved.
Miller hasn’t competed since last May when he lost by unanimous decision to CB Dollaway and was released by the UFC.