CONOR MCGREGOR PLEADS GUILTY TO DISORDERLY CONDUCT
UFC fighter Conor McGregor pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on Thursday. He'll avoid jail time but he could’ve have faced as many as seven years in prison.
He faced as many as 12 criminal charges, including two felonies. McGregor received community service (five days) and mandated anger-management treatment (1-3 days). He also has to compensate the bus company for the damage he caused.
McGregor, 30, will not have a criminal record as a result of this incident after successfully working out a plea deal with the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office.