The fighter would eventually plead guilty to a disorderly conduct charge, which required McGregor to pay a fine and serve community service. It was reported a few weeks back that McGregor had finished the community service and had paid the fine, which has lead to the criminal case against him being official closed according to MMA Junkie.
McGregor’s attorney in Bruce Maffeo has presented proof that McGregor had fulfilled the terms of the plea agreement, bringing an end to the fighter's legal issues in the state of New York.
While McGregor’s legal troubles with the state of New York may be over with, other legal matters now have to be dealt with by the retired fighter. McGregor was recently arrested in Florida after smashing a person’s cell phone and is due back in court on April 10 for arraignment. The former two division champion has also been accused of sexual assault in his native Ireland and that case is currently under investigation. McGregor is also in the midst of serving a suspension for his role in the UFC 229 post-fight brawl, which comes to an end next month.