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Ex-UFC Fighter Jason Miller Faces West Hollywood Arrest After Alleged Fan Choking Incident

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Former UFC and Strikeforce veteran, Jason “Mayhem” Miller, has found himself in legal trouble once again. On the morning of August 30, Ex-UFC Fighter Miller was arrested on misdemeanor charges for an alleged incident involving a fan at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood.

Ex-UFC Fighter Jason Miller Faces West Hollywood Arrest After Alleged Fan Choking Incident (Photo: Bleacher Report)

Altercation at Sunset Marquis

In a recent report published by SHERDOG News, in September 04, 2023, Jason “Mayhem” Miller’s latest legal predicament unfolded on the night of August 29 at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood. According to reports, a fan approached the ex-UFC fighter to exchange greetings, but what started as a friendly encounter quickly escalated into a heated exchange. Allegedly, Miller placed the fan in a chokehold before security personnel intervened to break up the altercation.

Astonishingly, Ex-UFC Fighter Miller left the scene before law enforcement arrived, only to return the following day, where he was recognized and subsequently arrested by the police. This incident has left fans and onlookers bewildered, as it adds another chapter to the troubled saga of “Mayhem” Miller’s life.

Ex-UFC Fighter Jason Miller’s MMA career, which began in 2001, boasted a record of 23 wins and 10 losses. However, his last fight took place on May 21, 2016, at Venator FC 3, where he suffered a submission defeat. As the legal system continues to scrutinize his actions, the former fighter’s legacy appears to be marred by a history of turbulent behavior that often overshadows his achievements in the world of mixed martial arts.

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A History of Legal Troubles

According to the news reported by MMANEWS, unfortunately, this recent arrest is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Ex-UFC Fighter Jason  Miller’s legal entanglements. The ex-UFC fighter’s rap sheet is extensive, including a prison stint from June 2022 to May 2023 for felony domestic violence and resisting arrest charges stemming from a 2021 incident.

Additionally, Ex-UFC Fighter Miller was embroiled in a bar brawl in San Fernando, California, during the same year, where he allegedly caused severe injuries, leading to charges of battery and assault. His legal woes also include prior charges of first-degree burglary, grand theft auto, felony vandalism, and domestic violence, resulting in probation. It’s clear that Ex-UFC Fighter Miller’s life outside the octagon has been tumultuous, with repeated encounters with law enforcement overshadowing his MMA career.

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