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Jason Miller arrested for burglary after breaking into, vandalizing church

Middleweight Jason Miller has done some questionable things in his career including strange outfits and outrageous antics, but nothing compares to the mayhem Miller caused Monday morning in a California church. Miller was arrested – in the nude no less – after police received a report of a break in only to find two floors covered with the retardant from a fire extinguisher and a variety of broken/scattered belongings.

According to TMZ, the 31-year old Miller was found sitting on a couch in the buff and is said to have been “totally awake and coherent”. He was then charged with burglary and given a medical evaluation.

Inside MMA also reported Miller is being held on $20,000 bond and will appear in front of a judge on Wednesday.

No word has surfaced on his condition since the arrest or if he was found to be under the influence of drugs/alcohol.

Little has been heard from Miller on the MMA-front since being released by the UFC following back-to-back losses and a backstage incident drawing the ire of UFC President Dana White.  His last statement career-wise related to an interest in serving as a color commentator, saying he no longer planned to fight based on his recent performances.

Check out Inside MMA’s report below:


  • hindsightufuk says:


    funny how some fighters you’ll support regardless what they’ll do
    i’m gonna head off before i make some anti christianity remarks.

    the Church in question by the way was Mission Hills Church, Viejo

  • AlphaOmega says:

    Who’s supporting him? I think he’s finally went off his rocker, the twitter battle him and Dana had made absolutely no sense, and Miller even tried to get his fans to go and tweet dana saying they wall wanted him to die a violent death

  • THEGUNNER says:

    It sucks that people snap when they relize they dont got what it takes. Theres probobly a kid somewhere that looks up to this idiot he should think about that. Id say he probobly on drugs and I hope he does the right thing and take care of it.

  • Brendhan Conlan says:

    He should just claim to have stayed up for a day straight while consuming nothing but energy drinks.

  • Richard Stabone says:

    He probably realizes his window of (lucrative) opportunity in the fight games has closed, he’s burned key bridges, and is now faced with the reality of figuring out what to do with the rest of his life. We all go thru it at some point, but for most of us it’s a more gradual steady grind, rather than the extreme highs & lows someone like Mayhem has gone thru recently. Already a zany guys with perhaps not the most stable personality, Mayhem apparently went overboard which for him was a full blown cuckoo for cocoa puffs moment.

  • MickeyC says:

    If he has even a slight history of any type of mental illness, a decent lawyer will get this dropped if he pays for damages, and committs to a shrink. I’m kinda suprised he did not run to Bellator or Shark when the UFC dumped him. Hes not gona be a millionaire, but there is money to be made outside the UFC.

  • Dufresne says:

    Sounds like the crazy onscreen persona may have been partly due to him hiding some actual issues. Hopefully Miller gets some help, he’s got plenty to offer as a coach and as a tv personality.

  • Rece Rock says:

    He didn’t look abnormal in the mug shot… kinda looked like everyday mayhem.

    I think he got a good taste of the spotlight and as it dims on him he doesn’t know what to do with himself… Bully Beat Down, TUF, Strikeforce, UFC, DREAM… Regardless of record, the guy has been in the spot light of this sport for a while and he probably just can’t adjust to building his brand back up …that in conjunction with his mental health illness probably isn’t allowing him to just simply move on… You can only pretend to be happy & content for so long, he wants to do stand up & be a comedian but it seems he continues to talk about his final run in MMA… If you want to build yourself up in a new career why focus on the negatives of your old livelyhood?

    I like Miller I think he was a charasmatic part of the mma landscape and could have continued to have been but his latest UFC run came at the wrong time in his career and instead of spinning it into a Bellator or One FC run he turned it into turmoil… His last time out he looked to be in great physical shape, I think it was just more showtime then fight time when the fight started.


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