According to police reports, on August 3rd Jason Miller and a woman he was living with got into an argument over a text message on his phone. Allegedly the argument escalated and resulted in Miller physically assaulting the woman resulting in several cuts and bruises. A week later she filed a report with police detailing the incident. Deputies were unable to contact Miller to get his statement, but responded to call early Sunday, August 11th, about a loud party in Mission Viejo. They found Miller outside shouting at his neighbors and arrested him based on the report previously provided by his cohabitant.
Miller spent a day in jail before being released into the custody of his parents. He faces felony charges for his actions. Following these events Miller has taken to his personal website to issue an apology to those he has hurt.
To Who it Concerns:
I and I beg for forgiveness. If I have brought shame or pain upon [victim], her Father, her Mother, her Sister, her children and [associate]. Know this; JAH THE ALMIGHTY SHALL JUDGE AND NO-MAN.
I LOVE YOU.
I APOLOGIZE WITH ALL MY HEART, DURING THE MOST CHALLENGING TIME OF MY life, I ask only for YOU TO UNNASTAN. 33.
Samakatuwid magsisi at palayasin sa gayon na ang iyong mga kasalanan ay maaaring wiped-out
Mga Gawa 03:19
-J. Mayhem Lion
The bottom line is a loosely translated bible quote reading "Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out. Acts 03:19." His court date is still several weeks away, and the charges facing him are very serious. These actions suggest that he won't be looking to deny the charges against him, but we'll be sure to keep you updated as more information becomes available.
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