Former UFC middleweight Jason “Mayhem” Miller is no stranger to trouble with the law. Miller has been arrested multiple times in the last few years. Back in August of 2012, he was arrested for burglary after he broke into and vandalized a church. Those charges were eventually dropped, but a year later “Mayhem” was arrested again regarding domestic violence issues in August of 2013.

Today (October 9, 2014) Miller’s trouble with the law has continued. He has been live tweeting on the situation all day. According to law enforcement officials, there was a warrant out for his “Mayhem’s” arrest. Lt. Jeff Hallock told KTLA that the officials attempted to serve the warrant “for alleged stalking at the home when the situation escalated into a SWAT call.”

“Mayhem” remained “barricaded” inside of his home at around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday.

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A warrant is currently out for Miller’s arrest regarding three felony accounts, with the UFC vet to be held on $200,000 bail. Lt. Hallock also stated that police were called to “Mayhem’s” house at approximately 10:30 a.m. on Thursday.

Apparently Miller was involved with an immigrant mother from the Philippines, whom he claimed had a mental condition and was off of her medication. Details are sparse on the situation right now, but “Mayhem” tweeted endlessly about the still-developing situation:

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