McGregor was charged with multiple counts of assault and criminal mischief after attacking a bus filled with UFC fighters.
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Irish mixed martial arts superstar Conor McGregor pleaded guilty in a Brooklyn criminal court Thursday to disorderly conduct, cutting a deal that allows him to avoid prison time over a New York brawl.McGregor pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct in a fleeting court appearance, and was handed a punishment of five days' community service and an anger management program. McGregor stood before the judge, looking somber in a dark suit and striped tie, for the brief appearance.Last month, following an earlier court appearance, McGregor expressed "regret" over the attack on the bus of rival fighters.
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