Conor McGregor was pictured leave the NYC precinct in handcuffs following his bizarre attack. The MMA star walked out of the police station looking glum and livid after being arrested on Thursday evening for his violent outburst. Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to see the shocking photos and learn more.
Conor McGregor, 29, turned himself in to New York City police this April 5 after attacking his rivals as they sat inside their team bus!
The wild fighting champ crashed a UFC press event that his opponents attended, and ran into the parking lot where their van was stationed, to attack them.
As his worried crew watched, McGregor picked up a dolly and smashed it onto one of the bus’s windows.
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Fellow UFC fighters Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg were injured, and had to pull out of their upcoming matches due to McGregor’s wild attack.
The Irish fighter was arrested for misdemeanor assault and felony criminal mischief and spent the night in custody.
"What happened here today is Conor and approximately 20 guys apparently were let in through the doors, they stormed the building and got down to the loading docks where fighters were getting on the buses and started to attack the buses, throwing trash cans and things like that," UFC President Dana White said in a statement. "This is the most disgusting thing that has ever happened in the history of the company," she added. "You can imagine he's going to be sued beyond belief. This was a real bad career move by him.”
Conor McGregor has yet to speak out about his violent outburst.
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