Conor McGregor is due back in court in Dublin January, after his dangerous driving case was adjourned this morning.
The UFC fighter is facing seven changes relating to a dangerous driving incident in west Dublin in March of this year.
In March, Gardai pulled over and arrested Conor McGregor on the N4/M50 interchange.
Conor McGregor has arrived at Blanchardstown Courthouse. He’s facing 7 charges relating to an alleged dangerous driving incident on M4/M50 interchange in March. They include careless driving, being uninsured and having no license pic.twitter.com/wOOMqTa9Qz
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He’s facing seven charges, including two counts of dangerous driving, careless driving, being uninsured, having no licence and failing to produce his documents within 10 days.
Lawyers for Mr McGregor have entered a proposal to the prosecution which they say requires the direction of the DPP.
He’ll appear again before Blanchardstown District Court on the 11th of January.
There was some support for Mr McGregor from the public, with one person in court fist bumping the UFC figter and another young fan asking for an autograph outside the courthouse.
Seconds later though he was also heckled by a passerby as he entered the passenger side of a dark grey range rover to leave the court house.