Charges Against Conor McGregor Dropped

Charges Against Conor McGregor Dropped

It's unclear as to how much money McGregor gave Abdirzak in the settlement, although it must have been a pretty hefty amount considering Abdirzak doesn't want to pursue any more legal action.

It is understood that Mr Abdirzak has returned to England and "will no longer be participating in the prosecution of Mr McGregor".

Madani concluded that Abdirzak "has credibility issues as he's changed his previously sworn testimony".

On Monday, Miami prosecutors dropped one charge of felony robbery and one of misdemeanor criminal mischief during a hearing that was held.

In addition to the criminal charges against McGregor, Abdirzk also filed a civil suit, suing McGregor for $15,000.

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The incident marked the latest of several incidents involving McGregor and various law enforcement services.

"Even though it's closed now, when they reached those terms, that was all done above board, legally speaking", Walsh out said.

Eh, I don't know about that man.
McGregor ended up getting arrested and while he was quickly let go, he was still facing some charges that could land him in prison. He agreed to a plea deal and avoided being deported from the U.S. He was planning a comeback, but then retired the same day The New York Times reported he was under investigation in Ireland on allegations of sexual assault.

In October, the Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended McGregor for six months after he was involved in a post-fight brawl.

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