Jason "Mayhem" Miller can finally move past his recent arrest.
The former UFC fighter confirmed with MMAFighting.com Wednesday that the case for his August arrest was dropped earlier in the day at the Orange County Superior Court. According to Miller, the incident has also been removed from his record.
Attempts to reach members of the Orange County Superior Court on Wednesday to confirm the story were unsuccessful.
When asked for a comment on the news, Miller only said, "God is good."
Miller was arrested Aug. 13 in Mission Viejo, Calif., on burglary charges after he allegedly broken into a church, sprayed a fire extinguisher and broke many items. According to a spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff's Department, Miller was found by police naked on a couch in the church. He was not intoxicated and was arrested without incident.
Miller, who retired from MMA following his UFC 146 loss to C.B. Dollaway, explained the misunderstanding in an hour-long interview with MMAFighting.com last month. You can watch it below.