Former UFC veteran Jason “Mayhem” Miller has had his fair share of run-ins with the law over the last few years.

Despite all of his issues, however, it was recently revealed that Miller will avoid jail time. Instead he pleaded guilty to domestic violence in Orange County, Calif., being charged with five counts of felony charges, and agreeing to be released into a sobriety treatment facility.

Check out the details via TMZ below:

Court docs show Mayhem was charged with five counts of felony domestic violence in Sept. — along with one felony count of vandalizing a girlfriend’s car and house. He was also hit with misdemeanors for damaging two girlfriends’ cell phones to prevent them from calling cops. Per the terms of his deal, Mayhem will be released to a sobriety treatment program and must remain clean for the entire term of his probation.

Miller hasn’t competed since May 2016 when he was submitted by Mattia Schiavolin at Venator FC3 in Milan, Italy. Prior to that, he hadn’t competed since 2012, losing back-to-back fights against Michael Bisping and C.B Dolloway to end his UFC tenure.

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His most notable victories came over former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler, although that was back in 2006 at an Icon Sport even, and Tim Kennedy, which took place in 2007 at an HDNet Fights event.