Conor McGregor becomes investigated by Irish authorities for alleged sexual assault on a woman in a car outside a pub in Dublin on Friday, October 11, according to the Irish Times and the New York Times . The Irish Times reported that a "known sports figure who is already the subject of a rape investigation" was investigated for another assault, even though they accused McGregor of violating defamatory laws that prevent the naming of the accused Charges are levied.
The New York Times officially reported yesterday that McGregor was the star in question, adding that the alleged victim was in his twenties and that the police had not interviewed him yet. McGregor's publicist denied the allegations in a succinct statement by the Times .
Irish prosecutors are currently investigating against McGregor for alleged rape that took place in December in a hotel in Dublin. In that case, McGregor was arrested and interrogated in January, and none of this became public until the New York Times resumed the Irish defamation laws in March and McGregor named a suspect named two months after the Irish media reported it to an athlete named the Rape is charged.
On the morning of the second alleged attack, McGregor participated in a court hearing in which he had beaten an old man in a pub in April.