The future doesn't look good for UFC veteran Jeff Monson.
According to The Olympian, there's a warrant out for Monson's arrest for "first-degree malicious mischief" after pictures of him spray-painting an anarchist symbol on the Washington capitol appeared in the December issue of ESPN the Magazine.
The charge is a class B felony, carrying a maximum penalty of 10 years in the slammer and a $20,000 fine. The cost to clean up the graffiti? $19,000. The chances of him escaping this one? Slim.
"In full the caption above the picture reads: ‘On a recent night in Olympia, Monson suddenly pulled out a spray can and tagged the state capitol (sic),'" court papers state. "The term ‘tagged' seems somewhat puerile in light of the fact that the State Buildings and Grounds expended $19,013.50 (labor and materials) to eradicate the damage."
- Mixed-martial-arts champion charged in Capitol graffiti case (The Olympian)