Conor McGregor arrested in Corsica, France on suspicion of attempted sexual assault and obscene act

Conor McGregor arrested in Corsica, France on suspicion of attempted sexual assault and obscene act

Conor McGregor was arrested in Corsica on suspicion of indecent exposure, but denies any wrongdoing.

“Conor Mcgregor strictly denies any accusations of misconduct,” a representative of the MMA fighter told TMZ Sports.

On Saturday, a local court told AFP Sport that the Irishman was arrested for indecent exposure in connection with an incident in France.

“After a complaint filed on September 10 denouncing acts that could be described as attempted sexual assault and sexual display, Mr. Conor Anthony McGregor was the target of a hearing by the police,” Bastia’s prosecutor wrote, AFP Sports reported.

McGregor, who was on vacation on a yacht in the Mediterranean.

On Friday, the Irishman said he would spend time traveling the Mediterranean, continuing his vacation.

On Saturday, reports began to surface that he was in police custody.

French daily Le Parisien said the incident occurred on the night of 6 to 7 September at a bar in Calvi, which is on the north coast of Corsica, about 200 kilometers south of Monaco.

McGregor had consumed alcohol, Le Parisien said, adding that investigations are ongoing.