Conor McGregor has made headlines once again, but all for the wrong reasons.
The former UFC “champ champ” was arrested in Miami, Florida this week for strong-arm robbery and criminal mischief. He was charged with bonds of $7,500 and $5,000. The Irishman allegedly took a fan’s cell phone and stomped on it, before taking it for himself. We now know when McGregor will have his next – and latest – court
According to ESPN’s Ariel Helwani, McGregor’s arraignment is scheduled for April 10th per the Florida State Attorney’s office.
Should McGregor enter a written plea of not guilty beforehand, he will not be required to appear in court:
“Conor McGregor’s arraignment is scheduled for April 10, per the Florida State Attorney’s office. First reported by @marc_raimondi. If McGregor enters a written plea of not guilty beforehand, he will not be required to appear at the hearing.”
McGregor has had run-ins with the law before. He was arrested in New York back in April of last year when he attacked a fighter bus carrying UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. McGregor was jailed and fined for the incident. He’s in the midst of a lawsuit with UFC fighter Michael Chiesa, who was injured during the attack. The suit is expected to be settled out of court, however.