TUF 14 Coach Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller Arrested for Assault and False Imprisonment in North Carolina

August 19, 2011

Jason "Mayhem" Miller

“Ultimate Fighter” season 14 coach Jason “Mayhem” Miller may be on a collision course for a fight with Michael Bisping later this year, but first he’ll have to settle up with the Chatham County Court system.

The flamboyant Miller was arrested on Aug. 7 in Chatham County, N.C., for simple assault and false imprisonment after a scuffle with his sister at a house party.

According to TMZ.com, Miller put his sister in a headlock after she wanted to leave the party and the former Strikeforce middleweight wouldn’t let her go.

Chatham County Sherriffs were called in and Miller was arrested on the scene.

Miller was released on $5,000 secured bond and is set to reappear in Chatham County Court in Siler City, N.C., on Aug. 16 to deal with the charges.


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