Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller Live Tweeting Standoff With Police

It appears that former UFC and Strikeforce fighter Jason Miller had been live tweeting his standoff with the Orange County Police Department and SWAT team. According to the Orange County warrant database, Miller was being sought for three different felony charges including injure spouse, criminal contempt and stalking. His expected bail is $200,000.

Orange County Sheriff’s department lieutenant Jeff Hallock confirmed to KTLA that the warrants were to be served to Miller but he was barricaded in his home.

There were several police vehicles, SWAT team and ambulances outside of Miller’s home in Orange County. Miller had continued to tweet throughout the standoff.

Miller has had several run ins with the law in the past. In 2005 he was arrested on burglary charges in Hawaii but he was eventually acquitted. Miller was arrested again in 2012 after allegedly being found completely naked after vandalizing a local church. Those charges were eventually dropped. Miller has also been arrested several times allegedly for domestic violence.

‘Mayhem’ has been retired from active competition since 2012, but as of January of this year he had been training and fielding offers for a comeback. With Miller’s current situation with the law it’ll make it difficult for any organization to sign him to fight.

Prior to Miller retiring in 2012 it was clear that after going 0-3 in the UFC that the organization was going to cut him. Since then it seems that Miller has been in a downward spiral.

The situation at Miller’s home was finally resolved around 5:13 p.m. eastern time as Miller surrendered himself to the authorities.

Miller has been taken into custody and will be remanded to a local jail for processing.

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