UFC icon Conor McGregor has recently responded to allegations of assault in an cryptic post on his Instagram account. The incident in question allegedly took place at the NBA Finals in Miami, Florida. McGregor has been accused of assaulting a woman in a restroom.
In a cryptic Instagram post, McGregor shared an image of George Clooney with a quote emblazoned across it: “When you destroy someone’s life with lies, take it as a loan. It will come back to you with interest.” Accompanying the post, McGregor simply captioned it as ‘A note.’
The controversy surrounding McGregor’s alleged misconduct has taken a toll on his professional partnerships as well. PageSix reports that the Miami Heat has temporarily halted its plans to collaborate with McGregor regarding his ‘cryo’ pain spray. The product was intended to become the team’s official relief partner.
According to reports, the woman who made the allegations encountered McGregor during the game at the Kaseya Center. As she was leaving the arena, McGregor’s security personnel allegedly informed her that he wanted to meet her in the bathroom.
According to the woman’s attorney, the woman then went to the police to report the event. But they turned her away and asked her to find legal representation. In response to the allegations, McGregor’s attorney vehemently denies the claims, stating: “These allegations are false. Mr. McGregor will not be intimidated.”
The accusations that were brought against him this month are akin to those that have previously been made.
Early in 2019, sources claimed that McGregor was the subject of an Irish police investigation for allegedly assaulting a woman at a Dublin hotel in December 2018.
A woman reported McGregor to police in October 2019. She said he had assaulted her in a vehicle outside of a Dublin bar.
The UFC combatant rejected both allegations, but was briefly detained and interrogated before being let go.
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