Conor McGregor Pleads Guilty, Gets Community Service

 Conor Mcgregor McGregor accepted a plea deal to end his legal issues

UFC star Conor Mcgregor appear at Kings County Courthouse in Brooklyn on Thursday and pleaded guilty to a single violation of disorderly conduct, for his involvement in the bus attack after the media event ahead of UFC 223 on April 5 at Barclays Center. Few fellow fighters Ray Borg and Michael Chiesa suffered lacerations and both being withdrawal from the fight card.

McGregor accepted a plea deal

According to the reports, Conor McGregor and the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office reached a deal that will allow McGregor to avoid any jail time but required him to plead guilty to one count of disorderly conduct and serve 5 days of community service, and attend some anger management classes. McGregor will also have to pay some damages to the bus.

Also, three orders of protection issued against Conor Mcgregor, which include Ray Borg and Michael Chiesa that mean Irishman has to stay away from then until 2020.

According to ESPN, McGregor’s guilty plea deal will leave him with no criminal record and also won’t affect his travel visa.

Cian Cowley, his fellow MMA fighter who was involved and charged along with McGregor, also reached a plea deal.

Before this plea deal, Mcgregor was facing 12 counts of criminal charges related to his bus rampage, including two felony criminal mischief charges and a maximum sentence of seven years in prison.

Conor Mcgregor issued his statement:

“I want to say thank you to the court,” Attar said in a statement.

“Now that this has passed us, we can focus on things that have been on hold for some time. Conor’s been training, he’s in shape, he’s ready to go. So now it’s just about getting back to business, and we hope to have some news to announce very soon.”

Conor McGregor manager Audie Attar discusses the sentencing, McGregor’s future and more with MMA Fighting’s Danny Segura.

Irishman man has not fought in the UFC since November 2016. He made his professional boxing debut in August 2017, suffering a TKO loss to Floyd Mayweather in a highly lucrative crossover event.

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Aiman Zubair

Aiman Zubair

Zubair is a professional writer, researcher and fitness instructor/consultant. He had helped hundreds of people find ways to become more fit and healthy through a balanced life focusing on an individualized approach to their nutrition and fitness. In addition, Zubair has written extensively in the fitness and health and sports industries, including writing for companies such as Vice, SB Nation.

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