North Hollywood Fitness Trainer Suspected of Abusing Women: Cops

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from www.nbclosangeles.com – Police believe that a personal trainer from North Hollywood with a history of violence against women may have victimized other women and are encouraging them to come forward.

Dejon Alan Miller, 35, was arrested at his North Hollywood home on Dec. 17 after his former girlfriend called police to report she had been beaten and had suffered severe bruising and cuts to her face, police said.

Miller, who police said was also known as “Danger,” was being held at the Los Angeles County Jail on charges of attempted murder, false imprisonment and spousal abuse. His bail was set at $1.3 million.

“If you Google him, he’ll look legit,” said Los Angeles Police Detective Brandy Arzate. “But the reality is if the women do end up in a relationship with him, there is a strong likelihood of abuse.”

The woman told police she began dating Miller after she had responded to his Craigslist ad seeking fitness models, Arzate said.

“Our main concern with him is that he’s a personal trainer who advertised on Craigslist for fitness models,” Arzate said. “He has history of extreme violence against women.”

His website, e2FIT.com, says he’s a “Personal Trainer & Fitness Motivator” with 15 years experience as a trainer in fitness, dance and sports.

It has pictures of him and his official mascot, a gray pitbull.

“As a trainer, I like to keep things professional, realistic and a lil’ funky at the same time – which you’ll notice by my tattoos, many body piercings! ” reads a quote on the site.

Arzate said police know of at least two victims who suffered “extreme abuse” and three others who’ve suffered some kind of abuse, the detective said.

In April 2010, Miller pleaded no contest to one count of corporal injury.

He was sentenced May 14 to serve a year in jail, five years probation and was ordered to keep away from the victim for five years, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

He also has a history of convictions for DUI, public intoxication and driving with a suspended license dating to 1996, according to Los Angeles Superior Court records.

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