Conor McGregor might be facing some further charges from his March dangerous driving case earlier this year.
Conor McGregor potentially facing further charges
McGregor was accused of dangerous driving at two different locations back in March.
He was then charged with two counts of dangerous driving at the N4/M50 interchange in Palmerstown and the Lucan Road.
His Bentley Continental GT was also briefly seized by An Garda Siochana. McGregor also faced some charges back in April in regards to being behind the wheel.
He was accused of driving without insurance and a license, as well as failure to produce documents within 10 days.
The Irishman was given an 11-week adjournment at the Blanchardstown District Court after his lawyer, Michael Staines, confirmed McGregor did produce insurance and his licensing information to the arresting officer.
Conor McGregor arriving at Blanchardstown district court this morning in relation to dangerous driving offences he was charged with in March pic.twitter.com/p7mIiDj8YQ
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Garda Sergeant Walter Sweeney told Judge David McHugh, “This matter, the file is with the DDP (Director of Public Prosecution) for consideration,” in regards to the UFC star’s case.
The Sergeant also asked the judge to adjourn the case “for consideration of further charges”. (per RTÉ)
McGregor and his legal team have consented to the request, but he has yet to plea in the case.
As for his Octagon career, McGregor hasn’t fought since July of last year, when he was defeated by Dustin Poirier via TKO at UFC 264.
The fight came to an end after McGregor broke his leg during the fight, forcing a doctor stoppage. Now, the Irishman is on the road to recovery, expected to fight once again at the end of 2022 or early 2023.
Once that time comes, he’ll certainly have no shortage of suitors in regards to opponents.