The New York Times reported Saturday that a woman had accused McGregor of sexually assaulting her last week in a vehicle outside a Dublin pub. The report states that Conor McGregor has not been charged or interviewer by Irish police in regards to this case.
"Conor McGregor is frequently the subject of rumors", the publicist said. Irish police have released the following statement: "Gardaí in Crumlin are investigating an alleged sexual assault of a woman that occurred, Friday 11th October, 2019 at approximately 9pm on Drimnagh Road, Dublin 12".More news: Frank Ocean Launches Queer Club Night in NYC
Had this fight actually taken place, Conor McGregor would have made his return at UFC 245 in December.
In that case, McGregor was arrested in January, questioned and later released. McGregor threw a hand truck through a bus window and left two fighters injured - and subsequently off that week's event. McGregor has not been charged, nor has he been interviewed by cops about the accusation. After being sued by the fan, McGregor settled the lawsuit and the charges were dropped.More news: Oklahoma 'Sooner Schooner' horse-drawn wagon flips during game
McGregor's rise to MMA superstardom was in full force when he became the first simultaneous two-division champion in UFC history in November 2016.
"The Notorious" hasn't fought in more than a year, when he lost to Khabib Nurmagomedov via submission at UFC 229 in the UFC lightweight championship bout.More news: HTC Tips Lower-Cost Exodus 1s Blockchain Phone