Conor McGregor, the boxing champion has recently been reportedly detained in Corsica, France. He has been detained for an allegation made on him over an attempted sexual assault. However, the boxing champion has denied the accusations made on him. The 32-year-old boxer has recently ran into troubles with the French officials while he was in Corsica, France. He has been reportedly detained for an attempted sexual assault on September 10.
The manager of the boxer, Audie Attar, has released a statement in which he said that he is irate and putting out a warning loud and clear. He continued and said Conor McGregor is not and will not be a target for all of those who are seeking to score a headline or just a payday.
The French legal representative of the boxer told the AFP that no charges had been filed against the 32-year-old boxer yet, and the complaint is till now called abusive. The UFC star has been reported sailing on his yacht in the Mediterranean sea with his fiance, Dee Devlin. However, the incident for which he has been alleged is believed to have happened in a bar. The French Prosecutors said that Mr Conor Anthony Mac Gregor was a subject of a hearing by the gendarmerie services following a complaint filed on September 10, denouncing acts that could be better described as sexual assault and exhibition.
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One of the representatives of the Irish athlete said that he denies the allegations that are made on him. He revealed that Conor McGregor vigorously denies the allegations made on him, or any accusations of misconduct. The athlete has been interviewed, and he has also been released. Ofcourse this is not the first time he is encountered with the law, and he was previously detained for throwing a steel dolly through a bus window in the year 2018. For that incident, he was ordered to perform five days of the community service and to attend the anger management classes.
He was also arrested for felony robbery in the year 2019, in which he reportedly stole and smashed a man’s phone at a hotel in Miami. Later in that year, he reportedly punched an elderly man in the face at a Dublin Pub, and he was then again charged with assault. However, he pleaded guilty to those accusations and was given a slap with a hefty fine.