McGregor Wraps Disorderly Conduct Case
The attorney of UFC superstar Conor McGregor, Bruce Maffeo, presented proof in a Brooklyn courtroom that the Irish-born fighter has fulfilled the terms of a plea agreement.
As a result, McGregor’s criminal case in New York is formally finished and he will not carry a criminal record. McGregor does not have any more court dates remaining.
McGregor pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for the infamous bus attack prior to UFC 223 that occurred last April. As part of his plea, McGregor performed community service at churches, completed an anger management program and paid restitution to victims of his attack, including Michael Chiesa, who is suing McGregor.
The prosecutor’s office and judge in the case had the option to consider the incident in Miami, where McGregor allegedly broke a fan’s phone and was arrested for strong-arm robbery and criminal mischief, a breach of his plea that required him to stay out of trouble for one year. McGregor is due back in court for the Miami incident on April 10, and he is being sued by the alleged victim.
McGregor’s attorneys are working to reduce charges in the matter, so it wouldn’t affect the former two-division UFC champion’s ability to travel to the U.S.
McGregor announced retirement via Twitter for the second time in his career this week. Hours later, the New York Times reported McGregor is being investigated for a sexual assault that happened in Ireland.
Original Story: MMAJunkie