Former UFC star Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller has assured his fans that he’s ok a week after concerns were raised over his mental well-being after he was arrested for breaking into a church and vandalizing it in Orange County.

In total ‘Mayhem’ posted two message, one on Facebook and one on Twitter in which he said that he was “fine” and that his actions would “make a lot more sense as time passes.”

Despite his assurances many are still left wondering if the rumors that he’s been struggling to cope with his recent release from the UFC and is on anti-depression medication are true.

In the mean time Miller is out on bail and currently waiting to find out what charges will be pressed against him for his antics last week.

Ready ‘Mayhem’s’ full statement below.

“I know you all are probably very confused about me right now, and concerned for my well being. I thank you for that, and please unnastand that everything is fine, and will probably make a lot more sense as time passes. Love you all.

“You can judge me if you want, hate me if you want, say anything you want. This is America, you have rights. Just don’t harm anyone.  I have walked down much harder roads than this, many times before.”