Conor McGregor Is In Big Trouble With Irish Police

A major update has been provided on UFC megastar Conor McGregor‘s court case related to his “dangerous driving” charges from earlier this year.



Conor McGregor case update revealed

Conor McGregor is facing six charges for his dangerous driving arrest last month. As initially reported by the Irish Independent, McGregor was driving his Bentley Continental GT along the N4 between Lucan and Palmerstown when he was pulled over and arrested for multiple traffic violations. Additionally, McGregor’s vehicle was reportedly seized but later returned to him after he was released on bail.

It was revealed on Thursday that the court has heard the case against McGregor and that January 11 is the precise date that the matter will be “disposed of. As McGregor was exiting the courthouse, he reportedly signed an autograph and took pictures with fans. When asked how he felt about how the case is progressing, he is quoted as saying, ” All good, guys, all good, lovely day, great to be back.”

McGregor faces six charges total, including two counts of dangerous driving, driving without insurance, driving without a license, and not producing the necessary documentation at the Gardai station within 10 days. However, Dublin Live has reported that McGregor has shown his license and insurance to the Gardai after being hit with the above charges.

McGregor also faced speeding charges in 2017, where was fined $440. And in 2018, his notorious driving led to him losing his license after driving over 154km/h in a 100km/h zone. The maximum penalty for a dangerous driving conviction is a fine of up to €5,000, a six-month prison sentence, or both.



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