Prosecutors have dropped charges against star fighter Conor McGregor after he allegedly smashed a fan's phone outside a Miami hotel.
After the settlement was reached, the victim refused to cooperate with the Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office, forcing prosecutors to drop the investigation and charges.
Mr McGregor did not appear in court for the hearing. In a statement, Madani also called into question the credibility issues of Abdirzak as they pursued the case against the Irishman.
Conor McGregor no longer finds himself in hot water over smashing a person's cell phone in Miami.
The 30-year-old fighter was arrested in March. The charges (one count of felony robbery and one count of misdemeanor criminal mischief) were dropped Monday.
As a result, the case against McGregor will not proceed. "I don't know what it cost him, but I'm sure it worked out for him". "Works out good for (McGregor)". It's the second time he's avoided serious legal repercussions after striking a plea deal with NY prosecutors on his infamous bus attack stemming from UFC 229.
This isn't McGregor's first run-in with the law, as he was arrested in NY back in April of 2018 after he attacked a bus with rival fighters on board.
McGregor announced his unexpected retirement from mixed martial arts earlier this year but has since appeared to recant this several times on social media in recent months.
McGregor's last fight came this past November when he was submitted by UFC lightweight champ Khabib Nurmagomedov. McGregor's six-month term expired in April.