McGregor Has Civil Suit Over Phone Dropped

One of Conor McGregor’s legal battles has come to an end, following a civil case being brought against him being dropped this week.

McGregor was charged in March for allegedly stealing and smashing the phone of Ahmed Abirzak, outside of the Liv nightclub on South Beach in Miami.

Abrirzak filed a civil suit against McGregor for damages exceeding $15,000 in March, but per reports from both TMZ and ESPN, the lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice at Abdirzak’s request.

The move could mean a possible settlement has been met between the two sides, and comes on the heels of news that McGregor assaulted someone in a bar on Saturday after a patron told McGregor “the Russian battered you” in reference to McGregor’s UFC 229 loss to khabib Nurmagomedov.

McGregor still has to deal with the criminal portion of the phone case, which is one count of felony robbery by snatching and a misdemeanor count of criminal mischief, which will be attended to in a Florida court on April 10th.


Initial Report: MMA Fighting

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