A Dublin woman allegedly got assaulted during a party on a yacht belonging to Conor McGregor.
Former two-division UFC champion McGregor has remained on the sidelines since his last outing against Dustin Poirier in July 2021 at UFC 264. He suffered a horrific leg break injury in the bout and has been in recovery after undergoing surgery.
Cops investigate ‘assault’ on a yacht owned by Conor McGregor
Being the biggest draw in the sport, McGregor boasts the highest net worth of any fighter and boasts an impressive two yachts; a $3.5 million Lamborghini Tecnomar 63 vessel billed as the “Supercar of the Sea,” and a triple-deck boat with a climbing wall and water slide. He shares regular updates on board from the yachts and was recently seen celebrating his 34th birthday with his family.
During an event on McGregor’s triple-deck yacht in Spain’s Balearic Islands on Jul. 17, a woman in her 20s from the Drimnagh area of Dublin allegedly got assaulted, as per the Irish Sun.
She gave a statement to officers at Sundrive Garda station in Crumlin early last month. The report states that the woman’s claims got sent to police in Formentera. Spanish Media shared that the woman underwent examination at a hospital after the incident. The medical report reflected that she had suffered head trauma.
McGregor got cleared of suspicion
The Guardia Civil cleared “The Notorious” of any suspicion, reporting that they “ruled out that the perpetrator was Conor McGregor himself or that he was even involved in the incident.”
The woman is said to have contacted local authorities in Spain after reaching the shore but was unable to give a full account of the incident due to the language barrier. Once she got back home to Ireland, she spoke to Gardai, the country’s national police service.
“A woman from Ireland has now officially made a complaint in relation to an alleged assault when she was on Mr. McGregor’s yacht… Documents have now been sent from Ireland to Spain… When the woman was in Spain, she didn’t sign anything because she was determined to get home… The authorities in Ireland will be assisting their colleagues in Spain in this investigation.”
A Spanish investigator issued a statement confirming an official complaint had been submitted by the alleged victim.