MISSION VIEJO, Calif. -- Jason "Mayhem" Miller, an MMA fighter and former TV host, is in trouble with the law again after police arrested him in connection with vandalizing a California tattoo shop.
The Orange County Sheriff's Department said Miller was stopped in his vehicle and arrested in Mission Viejo on Tuesday.
Miller, 35, last fought in 2012, after which he was banned from the UFC. His next fight is scheduled for May 21 in Italy for an event called Venator FC.
He also hosted a reality show on MTV called "Bully Beatdown" in which bullies are challenged to fight professional mixed martial artists.
While out of the octagon, Miller has had a slew of run-ins with law enforcement including several arrests in recent years on charges that range from domestic violence to assaulting police officers.
Most recently, he was arrested in February for allegedly driving drunk in Irvine, California.
In October 2014, Miller was involved in a standoff with SWAT officers at his Mission Viejo home and live tweeted from inside for several hours before officers broke down his door and took him into custody.
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Deputies said Miller was cooperative at the time of his arrest on Tuesday and was held on $1 million bail.
MMA fighter Jason 'Mayhem' Miller arrested for vandalizing tattoo shop