Report: Jason “Mayhem” Miller Arrested After Alleged Incident with Sister
By FCF Staff
Veteran middleweight and upcoming “Ultimate Fighter” coach Jason “Mayhem” Miller was reportedly arrested last week for simple assault and false imprisonment, following an alleged incident with his sister in North Carolina.
According to a report from TMZ.com, the Chatham County Sheriff arrested Miller after the 30 year-old-fighter allegedly put his sister in a headlock and refused to let her go, when she attempted to leave a house party the two were attending.
The Chatham County Sheriff Department’s official website has confirmed that Miller was arrested on August 7th. Miller posted bail and has been released.
Although there has been no official statement from Miller or the UFC about the alleged incident, the middleweight did post the following on his official Twitter account August 6th.
Sorry I’m not live tweeting anymore. Watching @UFC on dvr. Had to wrestle my sister.
Miller (24-7) is set to make his Octagon return in December, when he fights opposing TUF coach Michael Bisping. The show’s latest season will premiere this fall.
The host of MTV’s “Bully Beatdown” is 3-1 with 1 no contest in his last five pro bouts. In Miller’s last outing, at DREAM 16 in September, he tapped out former Pride star Kazushi Sakuraba.