Mayhem Miller takes sabbatical from social media after recent troubles

by • September 10, 2013 • News, UFCComments (0)

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Former UFC middleweight fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller has been on what some may call a bender since his release from the organization in May of 2012. He went 0-2 in his return to the UFC with losses to Michael Bisping and CB Dolloway.

According to MMAFighting.com he was arrested for a third time in Orange County, Calif., on Monday night for an alleged violation of a “stay away” order.

California Penal Code 166(c)(1) states “any willful and knowing violation of any protective order or stay-away court order issued … in a pending criminal proceeding involving domestic violence.”

Miller was charged with a misdemeanor that carries a maximum sentence of a year in county jail and a fine of up to $1,000.

On Tuesday he posted the following on his official Facebook page.

I am taking a sabbatical from social media for some time. The pain of my recent troubles is too much to bear, and I can’t watch as lies and conjecture run rampant on the Internet. I have love in my heart for anyone that can have understanding and compassion for a man that has been falsely accused of a heinous crime. I wish for this chapter of my life to be over, and I have Faith in The Lord that I will be vindicated.

MMASucka.com wishes Miller the best of luck in his recovery and future endeavours.

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