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According to Miller, he's now free and clear from the charges filed against him for his August arrest.
Back in mid-August, former UFC Middleweight Jason Miller was arrested after allegedly breaking into a church, breaking stuff, and of course getting naked. On August 13, Orange County police picked up "Mayhem" Miller after receiving a call from the Mission Hills Church in Mission Viejo. They found the church covered in fire extinguisher spray along with other evidence of vandalism. After that they discovered Jason on the second floor of the church naked, but "totally awake and coherent".
Fortunately for Mayhem, it looks like he'll be able to start putting the situation behind him. MMA Fighting has the story:
The former UFC fighter confirmed with MMAFighting.com Wednesday that the case for his August arrest was dropped earlier in the day at the Orange County Superior Court. According to Miller, the incident has also been removed from his record.
Attempts to reach members of the Orange County Superior Court on Wednesday to confirm the story were unsuccessful.
When asked for a comment on the news, Miller would only say, "God is good."
In Miller's last fight he lost a one-sided decision to C.B. Dolloway. He was cut from the UFC shortly after the fight with reports circulating that he instigated a conflict with Dolloway's team backstage. That seemed to start a downward spiral for Miller including the incident at the church and a truly bizarre interview with Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour.
Hopefully, the dismissal of these charges is an indication that things are starting to turn around for Miller.