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Breaking: Conor Mcgregor accused of sexually assaulting a woman


Conor McGregor has refuted a claim that he sexually abused a woman while watching Miami Heat vs. Denver Nuggets' NBA Playoff game last weekend.


The UFC superstar participated in a viral stunt with a mascot during a break in play by punching the costumed figure. He was in Miami for game four of the playoffs. Ariel Mitchell, an attorney, reportedly wrote demand letters this week and submitted them to McGregor, Miami Heat management, and the NBA, according to TMZ Sports.


McGregor, who is presently getting ready for his UFC comeback, recently moved from Miami to New York, where he has been making appearances on talk shows to advertise his new Netflix series and the reality competition The Ultimate Fighter.


McGregor's attorney Barbara R. Llanes released a statement to Mirror Fighting this evening that read "The allegations are false. Mr. McGregor will not be intimidated.”


McGregor, a former lightweight and featherweight world champion, is arguably the most well-known athlete in UFC history. He hasn't competed since breaking his leg in a trilogy bout with Dustin Poirier in July 2021, but he's committed to taking on Michael Chandler at the end of this year.


McGregor recently announced that he and fiancee Dee Devlin are expecting their fourth child during an appearance on the Kelly and Mark show. "Things are going well. We've also got another on the way. There's a lot going on. A couple more weeks and we'll be able to find out what the sex is of the baby. We are very excited back home," he said.

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