Conor McGregor Tells Cartel To Come And Get Him Following Court Appearance

Beth Cruz
December 1, 2017

You can tell him there will be a bench warrant coming in his direction if he's not here'.

Appearing in court, the UFC fighter boasted to the judge that he earned £140million in one day as he was slapped with a speeding fine.

The spokesperson also confirmed that the UFC star was charged after he was caught breaking the country's 100kph (60mph) national speed limit while traveling on the N7 in County Dublin on March 31.

"I have to ask you the question... how much to you earn?" He was given two months to pay and was told he could pay in installments.

Judge Miriam Walsh fumed: "I'm getting nothing but fingers from Mr. McGregor".

Nevertheless, Walsh agreed to adjourn the case until later in the day, and this time McGregor did show up to plead guilty to the speeding charge, leading to a £350 fine.

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Judge Walsh said she was happy to deal with the case by accepting a guilty plea and without hearing any further evidence over the payment issue.

He was not in Blanchardstown District Court last week when his case was called, but his business manager Alan Geraghty said he was appearing on behalf of McGregor, nicknamed the Notorious.

'I'm very annoyed with Mr McGregor, the same way I'm annoyed with any other defendant before the court... Flanked by reporters, McGregor sped away from court in a BMW i8 (of course), but not before seemingly antagonizing the mob.

He spent some time in a consultation room with his solicitor and a friend before appearing in court.

McGregor was summoned to the court to face his third charge for speeding after he was clocked for doing 98 miles per hour in a 60 miles per hour zone just outside Dublin this past March. If that is not paid within 28 days, the fine increases to €120 (£105).

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