Conor McGregor is accused of sexual assault: Woman claims he forced her to perform oral sex on him in men’s bathroom of NBA Finals in Miami
- Accuser says McGregor forcibly kissed her and tried to sodomize her
- She reported incident to police and to McGregor’s attorneys, her lawyer says
Conor McGregor has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman at Game 4 of the NBA Finals last week.
The woman met McGregor at the game at the Kaseya Center and was leaving the arena when she claims his security told her he was asking for her in the bathroom.
Once inside the bathroom, she claims he forced her to perform oral sex on him, forcibly kissed her and tried to sodomize her.
The woman’s attorney tells DailyMail.com she went to police on Sunday to report the incident but was turned away and advised to hire legal help.
Conor McGregor at the Kaseya Center in Miami on the night of the alleged incident. The woman claims he forced her to perform oral sex on her in the bathroom and tried to sodomize her. He denies the allegations
Since then, they have issued letters to McGregor’s team and have filed a police report, she says.
McGregor denies the allegations, telling TMZ: The allegations are false.
‘Mr. McGregor will not be intimidated.’
The woman’s attorney told DailyMail.com she handed in clothing to police that has McGregor’s DNA on it. They met that night at the game, she said.
Earlier in the night, McGregor shocked fans by pretending to knockout the Heat mascot, Burnie.
The claims have surfaced less than 24 hours after it emerged McGregor and his fiancee Dee Devlin are expecting their fourth child.
McGregor and Devlin already have three children; Conor Jr., Croia Mairhead and Rian — aged six, four and two, respectively.
McGregor and his fiancée Dee Devlin alongside their three children; Conor Jr, Croia and Rian