According to rumours, Conor McGregor will not face any criminal charges in connection with some sensational claims made by a woman during an NBA finals game this year in Miami.
All the charges laid against Conor McGregor to be dismissed
The Prosecutor of Conor, Barbara Llanes, said that the investigation should end because there was “insufficient evidence.”
Conor was accused of luring a woman into a bathroom, where he pushed her against the wall and kissed her forcefully.
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Video of the incident surfaced where it seemed such might be true, but McGregor immediately denied the allegations. All this incident took place at Game 4 of the NBA finals at the Kaseya Center. The woman has accused the security of the venue since they didn’t listen to her concerns and isolated her.
Now the prosecutor mentioned that there was a witness in the bathroom at the time of the assault, but this witness did not “hear any signs of distress.” Moreover, the complainant did not even report the incident to her friend but simply told her mother about meeting Conor that night.
Further details revealed that the woman initially asked the detectives if Conor would be settling or paying her off for the same when she claimed at first against him at the heat’s arena.
McGregor has denied the allegations from the very beginning.
However, not to forget, Conor has been accused of assault several times throughout his career, although he has not faced any such legal punishment.
McGregor has not been fighting since July 2021. Due to his broken leg in a defeat to Duster Poirier. Conor is not eligible to compete this year as he failed to register with the U.S. Anti-Droping Agency.
Well, it is difficult to know the truth when everything seems to be clouded with doubt. As of now, Conor might be breathing a sigh of relief since the case is titled in his favor.