Former UFC middleweight Jason Miller has a lot to be thankful for this week, as it looks like all charges against him resulting from an August incident have been dropped. The 31-year old’s problems began when he was found in a church after a break in had been reported, sitting on a couch in the nude while seemingly having vandalized a good portion of the building’s interior.

He was not intoxicated and was taken into custody without incident, remaining fairly tight-lipped on the circumstances surrounding his arrest after being released shortly thereafter. Miller was eventually charged with misdemeanor vandalism. However, given the district attorney’s apparent decision to clear “Mayhem”, he will no longer need to worry about the fan, probation, or potential time behind bars associated with the offense.

The update on Miller’s status was provided by MMAFighting where Miller simply stated, “God is good.”

Miller has been retired from MMA since losing a decision to C.B. Dollaway in May. The defeat was his second straight in the Octagon, dropping his overall record to 23-9.