Former UFC fighter Mayhem Miller certainly hasn’t had the best of luck since his career with the company ended. He has been arrested multiple times for many different incidents and he is in trouble once again.
TMZ Sports reported that the former star was arrested on Tuesday for an incident that occurred back in January. He reportedly vandalized a tattoo shop with graffiti in Orange County, California and his bail has been set at an unprecedented $1 million.
He has been arrested for DUI, fighting cops, and domestic violence in the past. This has caused the huge jump in his bail.
Miller retired following a loss in 2012, but President Dana White actually ignored the statement and opted to fire Miller. White cited unspecified “backstage antics” on the part of Miller as a partial reason for the cut as well as Miller being a “clown” in his wardrobe choices before the fight.
It certainly doesn’t look like Miller is going to have a job or even getting from behind bars anytime soon.
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