Conor McGregor Is Being Sued For Cellphone Incident: Report


Conor McGregor received himself into much more hassle this previous week after smashing the cellphone of a fan named Ahmed Abdirzak exterior of a Miami nightclub. Abdirzak was making an attempt to snap images of McGregor when he took the cellphone out of Abdirzak's hand and stomped on it. The entire incident was caught on digicam and clearly exhibits McGregor destroying the system. Now, Abdirzak is suing McGregor for $15,000 citing battery, assault and intentional infliction of emotional misery, based on TMZ.

Abdirzak spoke with TMZ concerning the assault, describing the entire altercation in full element.

Via TMZ Sports:

"As quickly as he got here to shake my hand, he pulled me in and he grabbed my cellphone and he began smashing it and all his safety guards actually surrounded me, pushed me out the best way, and he is stomping on it. [McGregor] was similar to, 'Get the f--k out my face. Move,' after which I used to be like, 'Yo, sir, can I've my cellphone again?' There was a safety in his entourage round him and I requested him if I might get my cellphone again and it was like, 'Yo, transfer, man. You higher hearken to what Conor says.' McGregor picked the cellphone up, put it in his pocket, laughed, after which he received in his SUV they usually drove off. That's when the lodge supervisor come to me and stated, 'Listen, I will type this out. Don't fear.'"

According to ESPN, McGregor's lawyer has referred to the lawsuit as "a fast effort searching for a payday.''