Conor McGregor was in court in New York today on charges of assault and criminal mischief.
He was accused of throwing a metal handcart at a bus carrying UFC fighters at an event in Brooklyn in April.
Prosecutors say it resulted in two men on board the bus suffering injuries. He is also accused of punching a security guard.
The verdict is now in and all felony counts have been dismissed. He has been found guilty of disorderly conduct which he admitted.
He now must undertake five days of community service and also undergo anger management classes. An order of protection has been placed against Ray Borg, Jason Ledbetter and Michael Chiesa.
McGregor has agreed to the deal and made no comment.
McGregor plea deal: All felony counts dismissed. Guilty of disorderly conduct charge. 5 days community service. Anger management classes. 3 orders of protection.
— Ariel Helwani (@arielhelwani) July 26, 2018
More details have now emerged via ESPN:
- McGregor pleaded guilty to a single violation of disorderly conduct
- He entered the plea as part of a deal worked out with the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office
- McGregor’s travel visa will not be affected and there will be no jail time
- He will not have a criminal record
- McGregor has already paid for all the damages suffered by the bus company