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Conor McGregor posts $50,000 bail, has next hearing June 14



In handcuffs, UFC superstar Conor McGregor stepped in front of a judge on Friday afternoon in Brooklyn.

The Irishman had a hearing on Friday evening at the Kings County Criminal Court. Heading into the hearing, the 29-year-old McGregor confronted three checks of ambush and one tally of criminal naughtiness because of his UFC 223 transport assault on Thursday. 

The judge issued a request of insurance for Michael Chiesa, Ozzy Arias, Ray Borg, Ricardo Chico on both Conor McGregor and his SBG colleague Cian Cowley, who was likewise associated with the assault. 

The judge additionally set a $50,000 abandon Conor McGregor and a $25,000 abandon Cowley. The two contenders posted safeguard and will be permitted to movement. McGregor's next hearing is set for June 14. 

Bellator's Dillon Danis posted the safeguard for the two men, as indicated by MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani. 

The news comes after McGregor and his escort, made out of 15 to 20 individuals as per a few reports, assaulted a transport at the carport of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn with metal obstructions, seats, junk jars and different questions on Thursday evening. 

The transport was transporting a few competitors from the UFC 223 media day back to the contenders' lodging. Despite the fact that the assault focused on top UFC lightweight contender Khabib Nurmagomedov, a few of the UFC 223 contenders on the transport were influenced. Smashed glass from a broken window made Chiesa endure cuts all over. Borg additionally endured corneal scraped spots after shards of glass went in his eyes. 

Both Chiesa and Borg were pulled back from their particular UFC 223 sessions, as they weren't restoratively cleared to contend on Saturday night. 

Following the episode at the Barclays Center, "The Notorious" transformed himself into police authority on Thursday night. 


While McGregor's legitimate issues were tended to by the Kings County Criminal Court, McGregor's future in the UFC and the game of MMA stays to be seen. UFC president Dana White called the Irishman's assault the most "sickening" thing he's at any point found in the organization's history. The MMA advancement presently can't seem to authorize or rebuff the previous two-division title holder for his shenanigans in Brooklyn.
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