Conor McGregor pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

Conor McGregor was seen in court today following charges made against him following his involvement in a bus attack during the week of UFC 223 back in April.

Conor McGregor entered a plea deal, pleading guilty to one count of disorderly conduct. As a result of the terms of the plea all felony counts are to be dismissed. He will undergo five days of community service, anger management classes, to pay for all damages and three orders of protection for Michael Chiesa, Ray Borg and Jason Ledvetter.

Conor McGregor will not been given a criminal record and will be able to travel with his ongoing career uneffected.


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