Jason “Mayhem” Miller seems to be down to his last chance.
The long-troubled fighter recently pled guilty on a domestic violence charge in Orange County, Calif., according to TMZ.com.
Miller, who has a long history of run-ins with the law in Southern California, was arrested on Sept. 27 and charged with five domestic violence-related felony charges, as well as a separate domestic violence related felony charge for vandalizing a former girlfriend’s car and house, and two misdemeanors for damaging cell phones.
But Miller, who turns 37 next month was released from Orange County Jail early Tuesday morning after striking a plea deal in which all but one of the charges was thrown out. According to TMZ, the Mission Viejo, Calif. resident pled guilty to corporal injury to a spouse/cohabitant.
Per the terms of his plea, Miller was given three years’ probation, and a suspended four-year prison sentence with credit for 62 days already served.
Miller was released to a rehab facility and must stay sober for the duration of his probation as part of his terms. A violation would result in Miller serving his prison sentence.