Is Gypsy Crusader In Jail? No, he was granted a supervised release from prison on January 31, 2023.
Paul Nicholas Miller, also known by his online name Gypsy Crusader is a political commentator, streamer, former Muay Thai fighter and convicted felon.
He is well known for his live streams on numerous media platforms, where he cosplays various characters, such as the Joker, the Riddler, Mario, and others, as he converses with random people on Omegle about his political views.
On the other hand, Crusader started learning Muay Thai in 2008.
He went on to win the titles of U.S. National Champion and Regional Light-Heavyweight Champion in the World Kickboxing Association.
Is Gypsy Crusader In Jail? Why Was Paul Miller Arrested?
No, Gypsy Crusader was released from prison on January 31, 2023, according to trackingterrorism.
He was arrested on March 2, 2021, and was charged with three offenses.
According to accounts, flashbangs reportedly went off during the early morning raid on Miller’s Fort Lauderdale residence.
Miller was unlawfully in possession of a firearm on January 17, 2018, which led to his arrest. He was charged with the offense from January 2018 on February 25, 2021.
His initial hearing was on March 3. During the hearing, he apologized by saying, “I sincerely apologize for everything. I am, truly.”
Additionally, he informed the judge that he had the resources to retain his counsel and contacted Mark O’Mara, the lawyer who represented George Zimmerman.
Later, he hired a lawyer and free speech advocate, Norman Kent, according to Lawandcrime. He was refused bail on March 10 at his bond trial and was required to stay behind bars throughout the proceedings.
Miller entered a guilty plea to one count of possessing a handgun, ammunition, and an unregistered firearm on June 22, 2021.
Additionally, Prosecutors said in a press release that Miller “confessed that he had purchased the ammo and that he had attempted to manufacture his gun in part to learn about firearms production in preparation for a forthcoming civil war.”
Miller had published hundreds of internet posts in the months preceding his arrest, promoting his hatred for various minority groups and his advocacy for the outbreak of a race-based civil war in the United States.
Now, he was granted supervised release from prison on January 31, 2023.
A Look At Gypsy Crusader Family Life
Gypsy Crusader was born to caring and loving parents in New York. His mother is Mexican, and his Father is of Romani ancestry.
Miller started practicing Muay Thai at the age of 20, and after only three months of training with 9 Weapons Muay Thai and then The Institute, he participated in his first amateur fight in 2008.
After a vehicle accident made it impossible for him to continue fighting professionally, he eventually worked as a trainer and coach for The Institute.
Despite having a brief career, he won the titles of U.S.S. National Champion and Regional Light-Heavyweight Champion in the World Kickboxing Association.
Not to mention, his legal troubles began when he was taken into custody in November 2006 on charges of aggravated assault and in possession of a Remington AirMaster pellet gun.
According to New Jersey Spotlight, he was repeatedly detained for drug-related offenses the following year and given a five-year probationary period.
He doesn’t appear to have learned a lesson from his prior run-ins with the Police, so hopefully, three or more years in prison will help him develop new, non-racist priorities.