The complaint against Conor McGregor for attempted sexual assault and sexual exhibition was dismissed “for insufficiently characterized offense”.
Conor McGregor spared by justice. AFP reveals that the complaint filed in September against the Irish MMA star for attempted sexual assault and sexual exhibition was dismissed “for insufficiently characterized offense”.
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“We had no material element allowing to corroborate the declarations of the complainant, including after the scientific expertises which had been ordered”, indicated to AFP Arnaud Viornery, public prosecutor of Bastia, confirming information of France Corsican Blue / RCFM.
“We are delighted with this classification decision because it is in line with what we expected,” the Irish star’s lawyer, Me Emmanuelle Ramond, told AFP. Arrested several times in the United States, notably for disturbing public order, the 32-year-old star was in Calvi in Haute-Corse where he was to take part in a sporting challenge organized on September 12 and 13 by the Princess Foundation. Charlene of Monaco to rally the principality by water bike.
He denied “any accusation of bad behavior”
Challenge in which he ultimately did not participate after filing a complaint against him on September 10, “denouncing facts that could be qualified as attempted sexual assault and sexual exhibition”, according to the prosecution. Conor McGregor, who denied “any accusation of bad behavior”, had been the subject of a hearing by the gendarmerie, under the regime of police custody, before being released without prosecution after his hearing.
His career is an eternal restart with announcements of retirement and returns to combat. In January, he missed his umpteenth “comeback” after a fight against the American Dustin Poirier in Abu Dhabi, which he lost by KO in the second round. He had yet won his first fight against the American in 2014. The beauty between the two men has just been announced on July 10 in Las Vegas. McGregor (32, 22 wins, 5 losses) will be looking for his first victory since January 2020. MMA combines several martial arts and allows kicks, punches, knees and elbows, as well as ground kicks, chokes and wrenches. inside a closed enclosure, the octagon.