UFC middleweight Jason Miller was reportedly arrested August 7th on accusations that he assaulted his sister.
First reported by TMZ, Miller and his sister were allegedly at a house party in North Carolina on the night of August 6th, when she announced she was leaving. "Mayhem" put his sister in a headlock and refused to release her. She eventually left and reported the incident to the Chatham County Sheriff.
The news correlates with this tweet sent out by Miller on the night of the incident.
Sorry I'm not live tweeting anymore. Watching @UFC on dvr. Had to wrestle my sister.
According to records from the Chatham County Sherriff's Office, Miller was arrested for "simple assault and false imprisonment. He was released under a $5,000.00 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in Chatham County District Court in Siler City on August 16."
As of this point, Miller has refused to publicly comment on the situation.
Miller is scheduled to serve as a coach on the fourteenth season of "The Ultimate Fighter" opposite Michael Bisping. The 30-year-old former Strikeforce contender is also the host of MTV's popular program "Bully Beatdown."