McGregor assault victim says Conor tricked him with a handshake

Conor Mc Gregor is seen stomping on an item in a video of an alleged phone smashing incident outside a Miami nightclub

Conor Mc Gregor is seen stomping on an item in a video of an alleged phone smashing incident outside a Miami nightclub

That's when the hotel manager come to me and said, 'Listen, I'll sort this out. The defendant then picked up the victim's phone and walked away with it, depriving him of it. Victim stated the phone was valued at $1,000. "All his security guards literally surrounded me, pushing me out of the way". And he's stomping on it. He was like, 'Get the (expletive) out of my face.

According to the police report, obtained by TMZ, at around 5 AM Monday, the owner of the phone was walking out of the hotel at the same time as Conor and as the fan attempted to take a photo, Conor slapped the victim's phone out of his hand, causing it to fall to the ground. "Move.' And I was like, 'Yo, sir can I have my phone back?' And (security guards said), 'Move, man. Conor said what Conor said'". The sports mogul has trolled longtime rival and former in-ring opponent Conor McGregor following a recent arrest.

He is charged with robbery and criminal mischief.

The man, who is from the United Kingdom and was on holidays in Miami at the time, said he spotted McGregor when he was out at LIV nightclub on the Sunday night.

Abdirzak said he was angry that personal memories will likely be lost forever even if he does get the phone back.

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Police later found McGregor at his local address.

"So what happened was, we see McGregor over there and it was all cool, and what not".

It's a weird turn of events for McGregor, who just last week, it was reported, performed five days of community service at two Brooklyn area churches to complete his sentence for the infamous UFC 223 bus attack.

Samuel Rabin, McGregor's lawyer, confirmed his client did play a role in the altercation, and asserted McGregor plans to cooperate with law enforcement.

It is not the Irishman's first brush with the law in the United States.

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