Jason “Mayhem” Miller is in legal trouble again. The retired mixed martial arts fighter was arrested early Friday morning outside his California house on suspicion of assaulting an officer, representatives from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to MMAFighting.com following an initial report by NBC Los Angeles.
Authorities showed up to Miller’s residence after receiving reports of a disturbance in the early morning hours Friday. Miller allegedly threw a ceramic tile at officials and threatened them with a fire extinguisher and metal pole during an eight-minute stand-off, before ultimately being subdued with a taser and taken into custody on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon on a peace officer.
Two women were found inside the home, though both refused to cooperate with the investigation.
The arrest is the latest of a string of incidents involving Miller since the fighter’s retirement from mixed martial arts in early 2012.
Miller, 34, was arrested in Aug. 2012 after being found naked inside a trashed California church, though all charges were eventually dropped. Miller was then arrested in 2013 on two counts of felony domestic violence. That case is still in pending.
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