‘Mayhem’ Miller charged with domestic violence, resisting arrest

Jason “Mayhem” Miller was officially beaten with domestic violence and indictment opposition, TMZ Sport learned … from an incident in which he allegedly roused his girlfriend and barricaded himself in a bathroom.

We told the story … Miller was arrested early last Friday morning when the police received a call from a woman yelling for help. They rushed to the crime scene – a house in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles – and finally arrested Chaos after cops say they found the woman with visible marks on her face and neck.

The LA County District Attorney filed a criminal complaint this week – assaulting a spouse – saying the MMA fighter “deliberately inflicted bodily harm that resulted in a traumatic condition” to his girlfriend.

With a multiple criminal record for violent crimes, Miller could face a longer sentence if convicted.

He was also charged with the crime of opposing arrest.

And now we learn more about what supposedly happened during the incident.

Our law enforcement sources tell us that Mayhem locked himself in a bathroom and refused to come out … so the cops had to break the door to contact him.

We are also told that the alleged female victim jumped out of a window to escape Miller.

Miller faces years imprisonment for both counts of the crime.

Against the former UFC fighter is currently also because of one alleged bar fight where he is accused of breaking another man’s ribs … an incident that allegedly occurred just days before he was arrested for domestic violence.

Miller was neither arrested nor charged with any crime resulting from this alleged incident.

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