Conor McGregor's phone smashing incident was caught on video and now that footage has surfaced online.
Conor McGregor stomps on the fan's phone. He was subsequently arrested and charged with robbery/strong-arm and criminal mischief over $1,000.
McGregor allegedly snatched the phone from a fan's hands, threw it on the ground, stomped on it, then picked it up and carted it away.
Prior to his release, McGregor's team issued a statement on his behalf, saying: "Last evening Conor McGregor was involved in a minor altercation over a cell phone that resulted in a call to law enforcement".More news: 'Reserved' hiring climate expected in Barrie this spring: Manpower
Adesanya said regardless of what fighters are doing, if fans run up on a fighter like John Jones and start recording secretly they might cop some serious retaliation.
"And I've had that on personal levels in the past when I'm hanging out with someone". So I tried to take out my little phone.
That person, the alleged victim, then yells "Let me get my phone, man!" 'Blueface was there so we were just seeing what was popping.
Ahmed Abdirzk, the alleged victim, told TMZ on Wednesday that the whole kerfuffle started when he saw McGregor while waiting for his auto at the nightclub valet station.More news: Confirmed! Alia, Ram Charan to feature in SS Rajamouli's next
Miami-Dade County court records show that 22-year-old Ahmed Abdirzak filed a lawsuit seeking more than $15,000 on Thursday, accusing 30-year-old McCregor of battery, assault and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
McGregor's lawyer told Associated Press the lawsuit was "a quick effort seeking a payday". All of his security guards literally surrounded me, pushed me out of the way.
Israel Adesanya earned his interim middleweight title shot when he defeated Anderson Silva in February. As soon as he went to shake my hand he pulled me in, grabbed my phone and started smashing it.More news: Teenage climate activist nominated for Nobel Peace Prize