Jason “Mayhem” Miller Net Worth

Jason “Mayhem” Miller is a professional mixed martial arts fighter. He is a former Icon Sport Middleweight champion. His professional career began at the age of seventeen, after being guided to the mixed martial arts world by a judo instructor.

He fought in the middleweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) from 2005 to 2012. During that time, he had a record of 28-10. In 2016, he fought at Venator FC 3 in Italy.

Before his UFC career, he had a successful run with several other promotions. In addition to his fighting career, Miller was also a TV personality and announcer for King of the Cage. Several promotions have featured his work including G4’s American Ninja Warrior, EA Sports MMA, and THQ’s UFC Undisputed 3.

Miller was first arrested for an alleged assault in July 2016. When the police arrived, he barricaded himself in the bathroom. He was found with visible marks on his body and was taken to the hospital. After a hospital visit, the alleged victim relented and filed a police report. However, Miller had already accrued credit for his time served.

Miller was acquitted of the assault charge. The charges against him were a felony battery and felony domestic violence. This would be the first of many run-ins with the law.

Another felony charge against Miller was a grand theft auto. As part of a plea deal, the felony of attempted grand theft was dismissed. But, Miller pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor of violating a protective stay away order. It’s not known how much Miller will end up spending in prison for his offense.

While Miller is currently in custody, his legal troubles have mostly been resolved in 2017. He was acquitted of one felony and was given credit for his time in prison. Nonetheless, he remains in custody for two more charges.

One of the more intriguing incidents involved a bar fight. He got into a dispute with two women. According to the report, a security guard was able to detain Miller until the police arrived. Despite being heavily intoxicated, he grabbed the woman by the leg and pushed her into a bathroom wall.

Miller was also arrested in January for painting graffiti on a shuttered tattoo parlor. According to reports, he was tasered. He allegedly punched holes in the house and then broke a marble table. Some of the walls in the house were destroyed.

A recent arrest for another felony, a drunken romp through the streets of Orange County, California, showed that Miller had plenty of trouble with the law. In addition to being charged with a felony battery, he was arrested for a grand theft auto and a felony burglary. There were also several allegations that Miller abused his mother.

Finally, there’s the fact that Miller’s net worth is almost half a million dollars. Not only is he a fighter, but he also runs a Twitter account. Currently, he has over 200,000 followers.