Wednesday April 1, 2020

Department of Foreign Affairs ready to assist McGregor

The UFC champion was released on bail of $50,000 last Friday after he was charged with assault, menacing and reckless endangerment following an incident at a media event in New York the previous night

8th April, 2018
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Conor McGregor stands with his lawyer Jim Walden in New York last Friday

The Department of Foreign Affairs has said it stands ready to provide assistance to Conor McGregor following the Irish MMA star’s arrest and court appearance in the US last week.

The UFC champion was released on bail of $50,000 last Friday after he was charged with assault, menacing and reckless endangerment following an incident at a media event in New York the previous night.

McGregor was filmed throwing a hand truck at a bus...

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