MMA fighter 'Mayhem' Miller arrested for allegedly vandalizing O.C. tattoo shop
Orange County Sheriff’s Department
Jason "Mayhem" Miller

via KTLA:

LOS ANGELES -- (KTLA) -- Mixed martial arts fighter Jason “Mayhem” Miller was arrested on a warrant in connection with vandalizing a now-shuttered tattoo shop in Lake Forest on Jan. 27, said Orange County Sheriff’s Lt. Mark Stichter.

Miller was stopped in his vehicle in Mission Viejo Tuesday night, and has been cooperating with investigators, Stichter said. The fighter was held on $1 million bail.

The ex-reality TV star was scheduled to appear Wednesday in a Orange County courtroom. He is charged with felony vandalism and committing a crime while out on custody on another offense, according to Orange County Superior Court records.

Miller was previously arrested, once in 2015 at his Mission Viejo home after a confrontation with sheriff’s deputies at his residence in Mission Viejo, and another time in 2014 after an hours-long standoff with sheriff's deputies and a SWAT team, during which he live-tweeted the scene.

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