The hits keep coming for Jarrell Miller. Just over a week after he was stopped by Daniel Dubois on the Day of Reckoning card in Saudi Arabia, Miller has now found himself in jail after being charged with carjacking without a firearm or weapon and burglary with assault or battery, as reported by ESPN.
Specifically, Miller has been accused of fleeing in a recently repossessed Dodge Ram truck after he put a dealership employee into a chokehold and slammed him to the ground. Miller has been held on $30,000 bail and was still in custody as of this evening.
Miller once had hopeful prospects as an upcoming American heavyweight, but found his career in disarray once he tested positive for several banned substances leading into a scheduled fight against Anthony Joshua. Miller has spent the years since trying to rebuild his career, but just again hit a major road block after getting stopped in his biggest fight in years.