This is the dramatic moment that French police raided Conor McGregor’s £3million yacht and took the UFC star away after claims he ‘exhibited his private parts’ to a young married woman as she entered a bar toilet on the holiday island of Corsica. The retired mixed martial artist, 32, was pictured surrounded by gendarmes at the Port of Calvi, on the French island, on Friday morning. McGregor was presented with a summons and later spent two days in custody and was later released without being charged. The alleged victim has claimed the 32-year-old Irishman showed off his manhood and then assaulted her following a heavy drinking session in the upmarket port town on September 6. France 3 Corse – the major TV broadcaster in the area – said it had spoken to a friend of the alleged victim of the alleged incident which led to McGregor being taken into police custody last Friday before his release on Saturday. Several gendarmes appeared on the quai d’honneur on Friday morning and spoke to the UFC star Formal allegations were made against McGregor to police last Thursday, by an as-yet unnamed complainant, believed to be the woman victim. This led to police raiding McGregor’s… Read full this story
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