Conor McGregor Avoids Jail Time By Pleading Guilty To Disorderly Conduct For Bus Attack Incident!

CONOR McGregor has today plead guilty to charges stemming from his April attack on a rival fighter’s bus in New York.

The Irish MMA star will perform community service and attend anger management courses after admitting to charges of disorderly conduct.

“The Notorious” entered the plea in a New York court today, three months after he was arrested following the melee at the Barclays Center arena.

The 30-year-old Irishman was joined in court by his 25-year-old co-defendant Cian Cowley who was also instructed to undergo anger management and perform 3 days community service.

In addition to anger management and community service he has to fully reimburse the bus company, which he has already done.

The agreement avoids any jail time and does not affect the fighters travel visa to the USA.

Outside the courthouse, McGregor thanked prosecutors and the judge for letting him “move forward.”

“I’d like to say to my friends, my family and my fans: Thank you for your support,” he added. A small crowd of fans cheered as he headed for his car.

The 30-year-old brash Irish star had been charged with assault, criminal mischief and other crimes for his role in the brawl.