Jason “Mayhem” Miller has always been a little out there, a little off center, but his latest actions have me questioning whether or not Miller has completely lost his mind.

We all remember when Miller live tweeted his standoff with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department two weeks ago, but now Miller has started a campaign on GoFundMe.com to raise $2 million; to free his dog?

Reading the campaign page, I truly have no idea what he is raising money for. He talks about the damage to his home; damage that would not have occurred if he just would have surrendered to the police when they first served him with the warrant for his arrest. Then he mentions freeing his dog and then stated that any money invested would be reinvested in the art (MMA). Also, that he would hire a camera crew to document his turbulent existence.

What exactly is Miller trying to accomplish here? I really want to know because his erratic behaviour has me questioning whether or not he needs psychiatric attention.

I understand he feels he is innocent of the charges and not knowing the specific details of the case, I have no opinion on that. But when the police show up at your home to serve a warrant, and you proceed to go inside and barricade yourself in, the police are going to come in and get you with force.

Honestly, what did he expect? No with this GoFundMe campaign, I can’t help but feel like he is asking his fans to help him fix the damage to his home. Really? Am I way off base here?

In addition to that Miller is looking to free his dog who escaped through a broken fence as a result of the standoff. Freeing his dog is going to cost him $400 yet, Miller felt the need to request $2 million.

Miller just appears to have lost touch with reality and hopefully he gets some help soon as I think he is spinning out of control.

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RJ Gardner
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RJ Gardner is a rabid sports fan and a long time MMA enthusiast. After watching UFC 1 at ripe old age of 11 RJ was hooked and his passion for the sport has continued to blossom over the years. RJ has been covering MMA since 2007 and has had work featured on Bleacher Report, SI.com, CBSSports.com and UFC.com. RJ is also a Petroleum Transportation Operations Manager during the day.

  • Lou

    If Jason Miller is not suffering from some sort of emotional problem, then I’d be surprised. It is a sincere wish of mine that he gets help and returns to his healthier ways. Obviously, no one can diagnose another from a distance, and I am absolutely not capable in anyway of diagnosing him up close, but his behavior seems all too erratic. Miller has been a favorite fighter of mine for a long time and it hurts to see him in such pain. Those who are close to him may not be able to reach him(yet), but please keep trying. I will pray for him and hope for the best.