Former UFC fighter and TV personality Jason “Mayhem” Miller is now free of his misdemeanor vandalism charges stemming from his arrest earlier this year. The charges were dismissed at his Wednesday court appearance according to court records.
Miller was arrested after being found nude in a church by the church’s pastor, who alerted local police after discovering his church vandalized.
“Mayhem” started showing erratic behavior not long after being cut by the UFC earlier this year. This incident – along with a bizarre appearance on The MMA Hour and odd twitter messages – had many of his fans concerned about his well-being. Miller would later admit that he got a carried away with his efforts – ala infamous comedian Andy Kaufman – to promote Here Comes the Boom, which co-starred the Miller.
The California resident will look to get on with his life now that he has retired from MMA and looking to start a new career.
Source: Associated Press