White supremacist TikTok star sobs as judge hands down his sentence for firearms offenses

Paul Nicholas Miller, a 30-year-old white supremacist, was sentenced to 41 months in prison for multiple firearms offenses this week. According to reports, he "sobbed" during his sentencing.

As NBC Miami points out, Miller admitted that he had bought the ammunition "in preparation for a coming civil war," prosecutors said in a news release. "In the months immediately before his arrest, Miller had made hundreds of internet posts publicizing his animosity towards various minority groups and his support for the initiation of a race-based civil war in the United States."

Miller has been tied to more than one extremist group, including the Proud Boys and the "Boogaloo" Movement. He often posted photos of himself dressed as the Joker while calling for a racial civil war to his thousands of followers on TikTok.

Watch NBC Miami's report on the story below: