SportsPhone-smashing charges against McGregor dropped following settlement

20:51  13 may  2019
20:51  13 may  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Florida prosecutors have dropped all charges against UFC star Conor McGregor after he was arrested for allegedly smashing a fan's phone . The Irish fighter had been charged with strong-armed robbery and misdemeanour criminal mischief. But on Monday state prosecutors said the alleged

All charges against Conor McGregor in the phone smashing incident in Miami have been dropped .The State Attorney's office opted not to pursue the case any further after the victim, Ahmed Abdirzak, failed to cooperate with investigators.

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Prosecutors have dropped felony robbery and misdemeanor criminal mischief charges against former UFC lightweight and featherweight champion Conor McGregor, TMZ Sports reported Monday.

In March, McGregor was captured on video getting into an altercation in Miami with a fan - Ahmed Abdirzak - who was visiting from the United Kingdom. After Abdirzak attempted to take a picture, McGregor appeared to slap the phone out of his hand and then stomp on it several times.

"The victim of the crime does not wish to return to the United States and prosecute this case," prosecutor Khalil Madani said during a hearing on Monday.

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Prosecutors have dropped charges against star fighter Conor McGregor after he allegedly smashed a fan’s phone outside a Miami hotel. The Miami Herald reports the fan, Ahmed Abdirzak, dropped his civil lawsuit with McGregor after reaching a settlement . The 30-year-old fighter was arrested in

Abdirzak instead agreed to an out-of-court settlement with the fighter.

"I think this was the appropriate resolution of this case," McGregor's defense lawyer, Sam Rabin, said, according to David Ovalle of the Miami Herald.

The 30-year-old McGregor announced in March that he was retiring from mixed martial arts, but many are speculating that it was a ploy designed to acquire shares of the UFC, which he's publicly stated as a goal.

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