Conor McGregor admitted a request batch that will see the former UFC champion avoid jail time for accusations stemming from his actions at a press phenomenon in April
This time, Conor McGregor didn’t put up a fight.
The mixed martial art idol pleaded guilty on Thursday to disorderly conduct and will play-act five days of community services to resolve attacks stemming from a backstage melee at a New York City arena in which he was caught on camera hurling a hand truck at a bus full of fighters.
McGregor will likewise be evaluated for an anger management program and be prohibited from linked with soldiers injured in the mayhem after a news conference for the UFC 223 occurrence at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center in April.
There are no restrictions on McGregor’s travel. If he bides out of bother for a year, his account will be wiped clean. If he flouts the terms of his request batch, he could be to imprisonment for up to 15 eras. Attorneys said he’s already paid to fix the bus.
” I just want to say I’m thankful to the DA and the adjudicate for allowing me to move forward ,” McGregor said outside a Brooklyn courthouse.” I want to say to my friends, their own families, my love, thanks for the backing .”
The 30 -year-old Irish brawler, who last-place month said he regretted his actions, then raced to a waiting SUV with his suite, separated by bike-rack barricades from dozens of photographers and reporters and a self-professed superfan.
” You’re the champ Conor !” Robbie Fox screamed, an Irish pennant draped around his neck.” They won’t do anything to you Conor, you’re the champ !”
McGregor, apparel in a tight, blue-blooded pinstripe clothing, was joined in court by his 25 -year-old friend, fellow boxer, Irish citizen and co-defendant Cian Cowley, who was sentenced to three days of community service and rage management.
Prosecutors said here convict will enable McGregor to” reflect on his conduct and give back to society .” The charges to which he and Cowley pleaded guilty are technically misdemeanours , not criminal offenses.
McGregor, formerly the UFC’s simultaneous 145 lb and 155 lb endorse, hasn’t pushed since the fracas.