Conor McGregor denies assaulting women on yacht who forced them to jump into the water
Another day, another new Conor McGregor controversy involving women, of course. This time around, the Irish didn’t just misbehave or sexually assault the victim, if the allegations are true then ‘Mystic Mac’ was out for blood.
Although Conor McGregor himself has denied all allegations, an investigation is underway, the results of which are expected at some point.
The whole event took place off the coast of Ibiza, Spain, where the ‘Notorious’ celebrated his 34th birthday in July. Despite dating partner Dee Devlin since 2008 and having multiple children, the UFC star still struggles to keep his distance from other women. Of course there were also women in short clothes at the party.
Describing the incident to Peridioco de Ibiza, the victim said: “It was like he was possessed, I knew I had to get off the boat because I thought he was going to kill me. We have mutual friends and I have met him on a few occasions. I can’t believe what he did to me. I think he would have killed me if I hadn’t got off the yacht.”
The investigation was initially not started because the woman did not have the right evidence for her case. There was some confusion as to where the cases would be filed as the woman herself was Irish, but the incident took place in Spain.
A case is currently open in Ibiza and the woman has presented some evidence and witness contacts.
Why does Conor McGregor keep doing this?
Conor controversy has been around since the days he rose to fame.
In 2019, the Irishman was arrested for allegedly breaking a man’s phone in Florida.
He also beat a man in Dublin in November of the same year, for which he was fined £890. He was also rumored to be abusing steroids after photos of his recovery body surfaced.
What steps should the Mystic Mac take to better control itself?
https://www.sportszion.com/conor-mcgregor-rejects-accusation-of-attacking-women-on-yacht-that-forced-her-to-jump-into-water/ Conor McGregor denies assaulting women on yacht who forced them to jump into the water