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After the NBA game, Conor McGregor was charged with sex assault.

Conor McGregor, a UFC fighter, is charged with sexually assaulting a woman in Miami earlier this month after an NBA Finals basketball game.

The alleged assault allegedly took place in a restroom at the Kaseya Center, according to a legal letter describing charges written to Mr. McGregor and obtained by BBC News.

According to Mr. McGregor’s attorney, the accusations are untrue. Mr. McGregor won’t be deterred.

An investigation, according to the City of Miami Police, has been started.

UFC confirmed in a statement that it was aware of the accusations and was looking into them further. The Miami Heat, which hosted the NBA Finals game, announced that a thorough investigation was being carried out.

Ariel Mitchell, the woman’s attorney, stated that her client had been watching game four of the NBA Finals on June 9 when the alleged incident occurred.

Security officers allegedly dragged the victim into a men’s restroom, where she was then violently sexually attacked by Mr. McGregor, according to Ms. Mitchell’s legal letter to Mr. McGregor.

The woman, according to the letter, managed to escape the restroom but left behind her purse, which she allegedly found after pleading with security personnel.

Ms. Mitchell said in an interview that she had gotten video evidence of a portion of the purported incident.

The incident was reported to the authorities on Sunday, June 11th, the City of Miami authorities informed BBC News.

According to a police department spokeswoman, “This is an open investigation, so no additional information can be released at this time.”

In an apparent publicity ploy for a painkiller spray he was pushing, Mr. McGregor struck the Miami Heat mascot during halftime during his visit at the NBA Finals.

After the event, the mascot was brought to a nearby hospital for treatment, according to the Athletic.


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