Jason ‘Mayhem’ Miller Appears in Court After Police Standoff, Returns to Twitter

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A neighbor of Jason "Mayhem" Miller shared this photo of his arrest after a standoff that he live-tweeted on Oct. 9, 2014, in Mission Viejo. (Credit: John De Ghetto)

Mixed martial arts fighter Jason Miller pleaded not guilty Monday to resisting arrest after barricading himself in his Mission Viejo home and live-tweeting his standoff with police.

Jason “Mayhem” Miller faces one misdemeanor count of resisting or obstructing a police officer after refusing to surrender to authorities Oct. 9, according to the Orange County Superior Court officials.

Miller didn’t live-tweet his hearing — something that would not have sat well with a judge or bailiff.

But he took to Twitter afterward, tweeting, “Court went well. I have faith in America and California. I have Faith.”

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