Miller after he was incarcerated made arrangements to have drugs smuggled into prison and falsified his commissary financial books to further his persona among other inmates, Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Randy Helderop testified during Miller’s federal sentencing on May 13. Miller also was involved in what the agent called a shoe scam in prison — he relayed shoe orders to a person on the outside, traded shoes with that person under a table when the person visited, then sold the new shoes to other inmates, the agent said.

Miller pleaded guilty to two counts of wire fraud, mail fraud, illegal firearm possession and a charge of sexual exploitation of a minor for acts a few years ago. That charge is separate from the state sex crime case for which he is currently imprisoned.

U.S. District Judge Daniel Traynor additionally sentenced Miller to supervised release for the rest of his life. The judge also ordered him to make $514,000…

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