Former UFC fighter Jason "Mayhem" Miller has found himself in trouble yet again for a domestic violence related incident.
According to TMZ, Miller recently pled guilty to a domestic violence charge in Orange County, California.
Miller was arrested on Sept. 27 and charged with five domestic violence related charges and a felony count of vandalizing for damaging a girlfriend's car.
He reached a plea deal with the prosecutors where he pled guilty to corporal injury to a spouse/cohabitant, and the rest of the charges were thrown out.
Miller was sentenced to three years probation with a suspended four-year state prison sentence. If he violates his probation, he will receive a four-year sentence in jail.
Miller was also required to go to rehab and must stay sober during his sentence or he could serve jail time.
He hasn't fought since May of 2016, and he has lost his last three fights. Miller's career MMA record is 28-10.
(h/t MMA Fighting)
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