Conor McGregor set to appear in New York court on June 15th

Conor McGregor set to appear in New York court on June 15th

Conor McGregor made headlines in April for his alleged role in the infamous UFC 223 bus attack in Brooklyn.

He stunned the UFC world when he reportedly interrupted a press event at Barclays Center ahead of UFC 223, leaving many wondering about his future and forcing the UFC to cancel three fights after Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg were injured in the melee.

There was a lot that happened in a short amount of time, but we have recapped the details leading up to his second court appearance.

When is McGregor due in court next?

He is due in Brooklyn Criminal Court in New York on Friday June 15.

What has he been charged with?

McGregor has been charged with three counts of misdemeanour assault and one count of felony criminal mischief.

How much was McGregor's bail?

McGregor posted $50,000 bail and was allowed to travel out of the country before returning for his court date.

Why was McGregor arrested?

During the UFC 223 media day session on April 6, McGregor, Cian Cowley and a host of other team-mates allegedly stormed the Barclays Center searching for current UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. The entourage went to the loading dock area and targeted a vehicle carrying rival fighters who were scheduled to fight the following day.

Various videos appear to show the group throwing large metal objects at the bus, including a barricade and dollies. McGregor eventually turned himself in to the NYPD.

Source:  Sporting News