Former UFC fighter Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller continues to find himself in trouble with the law after he was arrested yet again on Monday night.

On this occasion it’s believed that he violated a court order preventing him from contacting the alleged victim, believed to be his ex-girlfriend, in his previous two domestic violence incidents recently.

‘Mayhem’ was booked with a contempt of court charge with a hearing now set for October 10th. The misdemeanor charge carries a potential maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $1,000 fine.

While this latest incident was by far the most minor of the three he’s been involved in over the past few weeks it certainly doesn’t do him any favors.

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