Jason Miller’s latest run-in with the law will see him serve time.

The 38-year-old MMA fighter, who has competed for the , Strikeforce, and World Extreme Cagefighting among other promotions, was sentenced to a year in jail after pleading guilty to a felony count of vandalism and a misdemeanor count of violating a protective stay-away order on Thursday, per the Orange County Register citing court records.

These charges stem from an incident that occurred last October. Miller was accused of entering the property of a female acquaintance and destroying property. “Mayhem” reportedly smashed a marble table, broke doors, and derailed the woman’s garage door. He was arrested on Oct. 19 by officers from the La Habra Police Department in .

At the time of his arrest, Miller was already on probation for a November 2017 domestic violence charge. Miller has had several run-ins with the law, including an alleged physical confrontation with police officers in October 2015 and a bizarre October 2014 incident at his home in Orange County in which he provided updates on social media as he engaged in a standoff with a SWAT team.

Miller, who made his pro MMA debut in April 1998, has not competed since losing by second-round submission to Mattia Schiavolin at a Venator FC show in Milan, Italy, on May 21, 2016.