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‘Mayhem’ Miller Arrested, Accused Of Assaulting His Sister

Jason “Mayhem” Miller, who will coach opposite Michael Bisping on the upcoming season of The Ultimate Fighter, was arrested for simple assault and false imprisonment on August 7.

According to reports, Miller and his sister were at a party in North Carolina when she decided she wanted to leave. Miller put her in a headlock and refused to let her go.

Eventually, the host of MTV’s Bully Beatdown, did release his sister. After leaving, she informed the Chatman County Sheriff and Miller was arrested. He was later released under a $5,000 secured bond.

Miller has not publicly commented on the arrest, but did make a post regarding the situation on his Twitter account the day of the attack.

“Sorry I’m not live tweeting anymore. Watching @UFC on dvr. Had to wrestle my sister,” Miller wrote.

“Mayhem” and Bisping are scheduled to fight in December on the finale for The Ultimate Fighter in the main event.