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Misdemeanour charge dismissed for MMA fighter found naked in a church

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SANTA ANA, Calif. - A misdemeanour vandalism charge has been dismissed against mixed martial arts fighter and reality show host Jason (Mayhem) Miller, who was found naked in a Southern California church.

Court records show that the 31-year-old Miller had the charge dismissed at a hearing Wednesday.

Miller was found nude in a church three months ago by a pastor who called authorities when he found books and CDs that were strewn about and missing boards from a previously broken window.

Orange County prosecutors said Miller was accused of breaking at least one picture frame, spray-painting inside the church and damaging a propane tank and other items.

Miller, has fought for several organizations including the UFC, and hosted the MTV show "Bully Beatdown."

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