UFC superstar Conor McGregor had his first court date back on June 14. While “Notorious” is currently set to appear in court again on July 26, it would appear that the Ireland native may never have to show up in court again after all.
McGregor is facing misdemeanor and felony charges for the alleged attack on a bus willed with red corner fighters for UFC 223 from within the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Thursday, April 5. Multiple individuals were injured in the fracas, including UFC fighters Ray Borg and Michael Chiesa.
Now Buzz.ie has reported that an undisclosed source with “intimate knowledge of the situation” has come forward to claim that the former two-division UFC champion may never see a courtroom again.
“He hopes to be back here by July 17th and do community service.”
“The thinking is as long as it satisfies the cops, then the matter may actually get settled outside of court and he’ll never even have to go back in there again.”
“If the cops accept the deal then McGregor won’t see the inside of the courtroom on July 26.”