Conor McGregor is in trouble with the law again. This time it’s for his actions on the road.
The former UFC champion was reportedly arrested on Tuesday for dangerous driving in Ireland. McGregor was said to be driving his Bentley Continental GT on a Dublin highway when he was pulled over by officers. He was arrested and later released on dangerous driving charges. The report also states that his Bentley was momentarily seized.
Footage has since emerged from just prior to the arrest, as a fan who was driving alongside McGregor captured the exact moment he was pulled over on camera.
Mcgregor is set to appear in a court next month. The charge of dangerous driving in Ireland carries a maximum sentence of up to six months in prison and a $5,500 fine.
OF course, he’s not the only UFC fighter to get in trouble with the law this week. Just yesterday, Jorge Masvidal was arrested after punching rival Colby Covington in the face outside a restaurant on Monday night.