Conor McGregor left a Brooklyn police station in handcuffs on his way to court to be arraigned on assault charges for his rampage at a UFC event.
McGregor turned himself in on Thursday night, hours after he attacked a bus carrying several UFC fighters. Two of the fighters were injured by broken glass when McGregor allegedly threw a metal hand truck at the bus’s windows and were forced to withdraw from their fights on Saturday night.
Video of Conor McGregor being escorted out of a Brooklyn police station
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The two injured fighters were Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg. Chiesa suffered cuts to his face and Borg had multiple corneal abrasions, according to the UFC. As a result, both of their fights Saturday were also canceled.
Chiesa filed a police report against Conor McGregor, who could reportedly be charged with three counts of assault.
UFC president Dana White says he has no interest in helping Conor McGregor with his legal troubles after this fight.
“No … no,” White said on ESPN’s Get Up! on Friday morning when asked if he would help McGregor. “Normally, yes, I would dive right in and do everything in my power to help one of my guys. But not in this situation.
“He came into the Barclays Center, attacked our fighters and attacked my staff with a bunch of guys. No, you don’t get my help on this one.”
When asked about Conor’s future in the UFC, White said he would deal with it after Saturdays events.
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