Conor Mcgregor Breaks Silence For First Time Since His Arrest

Conor McGregor has broken his silence on social media, posting a praying emoji after his arrest in Brooklyn.

Conor McGregor unexpectedly shows up during UFC 223 media day festivities at Barclays Center on Thursday, with members of his team were caught on camera vandalizing a red corner fighters bus. Two UFC fighters Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg were forced to pull out from their respective bouts due to injuries.

Mcgregor flew from Ireland to New York to hunt for one man, his archenemy, Khabib Nurmagomedov. The whole attempt erupted when ‘The Eagle’ had hotel altercation with his teammate and training partner Artem Lobov last week before the fight.

McGregor surrenders himself into NYPD later that evening and charged with multiple misdemeanor assaults and criminal mischief charges.

McGregor posted bail on Friday, but he is due back in court on June 14. One of his SBG teammate, Cian Cowley charged with one count of assault and one count of criminal mischief and also bailed out on $25k.

Irishman recently broke his silence on social media with a praying emoji accompanied with a picture of him leaving the police station in Brooklyn.

Published on April 10, 2018 at 12:00 am
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