Heavyweight boxer Miller arrested for 'carjacking without firearm or weapon,' according to sheriff

Heavyweight boxer Jarrell Miller is, according to the Broward County sheriff website, in jail and pending trial for alleged "carjacking without firearm or weapon."

Sports lawyer Scott Shaffer was first to report the news on X, the social media site formerly known as Twitter, and via the Boxing Talk website.

A source close to Miller told ProBox TV that Miller had only a verbal disagreement regarding a vehicle he had leased, and law enforcement were called.

Miller, 35, is renowned for his sublime trash talk, his canceled fight with Anthony Joshua after he tested positive for three separate banned substances, and for his wins over Mariusz Wach, Johann Duhaupas, Tomasz Adamek, Bogdan Dinu, and Lucas Browne.

In his last boxing appearance, he suffered a 10th round knockout loss to Daniel Dubois at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, last month.

In the booking report on the Broward County sheriff website, Miller is listed as a 6-foot-4 male who weighs 330-pounds and was born on May 15, 1988.

There are two charges on the report. The first for carjacking, and the second for "burglary with assault or battery."

This is a developing story.