Conor McGregor pleaded guilty to a single violation of disorderly conduct in Brooklyn Thursday stemming from a backstage melee April 5 at Barclays Center, according to.
As part of his plea agreement with the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, criminal charges, including two felonies, were dropped. McGregor will not serve jail time or have a criminal record.
The UFC star will be forced to undergo five days of community service and an anger management evaluation. He has already paid for the damages inflicted on a UFC bus during UFC 223 fight week.
Three orders of protections were also served against McGregor, including two by UFC fighters Ray Borg and Michael Chiesa. The former champion will not be permitted near the two until July 2020.
McGregor has not fought since defeating Eddie Alvarez at UFC 2015 in November 2016 to become the first-ever UFC champion to simultaneously hold titles in two separate divisions.
With his legal troubles now behind him, The Notorious could be pegged for a blockbuster title fight against Khabib Nurmagomedov, who was on the UFC bus McGregor damaged in April.
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