Fourth woman accuses McGregor of Sexual assault and details troubling encounter during NBA finals

Conor McGregor is the biggest star in MMA but he has been troubled for years. Once affable Irishman has garnered a troubling reputation over the years for a series of incidents.

In a turn of events that surprised everyone, Conor McGregor has been accused of sexual assault for the fourth time yesterday. This time he was accused by a woman who claims the incident occurred at an NBA finals game.

The woman has provided the police with clothing she was wearing at the time, which she believes contains DNA evidence supporting her claims.

According to the woman, she encountered McGregor at the Kaseya Center during the game and was approached by his security, who informed her that McGregor wanted to meet her in the men’s bathroom.

Reluctantly, she followed and entered the restroom where, she alleges, McGregor forced her into performing oral sex and engaged in unwanted physical contact, including forcibly kissing her.

The situation took a distressing turn when McGregor purportedly spat on both the woman and himself while attempting to sexually arouse himself. Disturbed and shaken, the woman promptly reported the incident to the police, but was initially turned away and advised to seek legal assistance.

Undeterred, the woman returned to the police station accompanied by her attorney, handing over the clothing she had worn during the encounter. A photograph obtained by DailyMail reveals the bagged outfit, intended as potential evidence in the ongoing investigation.

McGregor vehemently denies the allegations, with his attorney stating, “These allegations are false. Mr. McGregor will not be intimidated.”

Miami Police have confirmed that they are actively investigating the matter, while the Miami Heat organization, under whose auspices the NBA finals game took place, has launched a comprehensive inquiry of its own.

The woman’s attorney explained that she took the step of submitting clothing to the police, which allegedly contains McGregor’s DNA.

The legal demand letters sent by the woman’s attorney not only addressed McGregor’s legal team but also implicated the Miami Heat and the stadium in the alleged incident.

The emergence of these allegations comes shortly after news broke that McGregor and his fiancée, Dee Devlin, are expecting their fourth child. McGregor, already a father to three children, expressed optimism about his family life in recent interviews.

Both the Miami Heat and the UFC, the organization with which McGregor is closely associated, have acknowledged the seriousness of the allegations. The Heat has launched a thorough investigation and stated that further comments will be withheld pending the outcome

Similarly, the UFC has affirmed its awareness of the situation and intends to gather additional details before making any official statements.

McGregor was previously accused of assaulting a woman in a Dublin hotel in December of 2018. A second allegation of an assault on a woman was reported in October 2019.

Nothing came of the assaults in terms of criminal prosecution.

On 10th September 2020, he was arrested in Corsica on suspicion of attempted assault and indecent exposure after an incident at a bar. Eight months later, French authorities dropped the investigation due to insufficient evidence.