During his time away from the cage, McGregor has had his share of troubles, including incidents where he stole a fan’s cell phone and stomped on it and another where he punched an elderly man in an Irish pub.

Both of those incidents were captured on video, and McGregor has gone through the proper channels in the legal system to deal with the consequences of his actions.

However, two investigations for sexual assault in Ireland are still ongoing as McGregor prepares to square off against Donald Cerrone in the UFC 246 headliner on Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

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McGregor was first accused of allegedly raping a woman at a Dublin hotel in December 2018, and then a second accusation of sexual assault surfaced — this time outside a Dublin pub — against the fighter in October 2019.

While McGregor’s representative’s have denied the allegations on his behalf, the Irishman addressed them himself for the first time during a recent interview with ESPN.

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