McGregor Avoids More Legal Trouble

Conor McGregor avoided more legal trouble on Monday, as the former UFC champion would appear in front of a judge in Dublin.

McGregor was pulled over on July 10th of this year, and was unable to provide an officer with his valid drivers license and proof of insurance, earning McGregor a cour appearance.

The Irish superstar would be able to provide the documentation that he lacked five months ago to the court, causing all charges to be dropped, as he’d leave court in a blacked out BMW.

Monday’s appearance would mark the second time in a month that McGregor would address a traffic issue in court, as he would see his driver’s license suspended for six months following a litany of unpaid speeding tickets.

McGregor is currently awaiting a punishment from the Nevada State Athletic Commission for his role in the UFC 229 brawl between his team and Khabib Nurmagomedov’s team, as well as a civil case with fellow UFC fighter Michael Chiesa, for injuries Chiesa suffered due to McGregor throwing a hand truck through a bus window in April.

 

Initial Report: TMZ

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