Charges against Conor McGregor, relating to a phone-snatching incident in March, were dropped by Florida prosecutors today.
"The victim of the crime does not wish to return to the United States and prosecute this case", Prosecutor Khalil Madani said (thanks to the Miami Herald for the quotes).
McGregor did not appear in court for Monday's brief hearing. Abdirzak claimed after he "had some time to reflect" on the encounter with McGregor, he didn't think the fighter meant to injure him or damage his phone, according to a final memo by the State Attorney's Office.
McGregor was charged with strong-armed robbery and criminal mischief after the March 11 incident outside the Fontainebleau in which he slapped a phone out of a man's hand and stomped on it several times.
As a result, the case against McGregor will not proceed.
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The court heard the complainant had stopped cooperating with police after settling a civil lawsuit with McGregor.
"Even though it's closed now, when they reached those terms, that was all done above board, legally speaking", Walsh out said. "I don't know what it cost him, but I'm sure it worked out for him".
This isn't McGregor's first run-in with the law, as he was arrested in NY back in April of 2018 after he attacked a bus with rival fighters on board.
The charges were formally dropped at a hearing in Miami yesterday.
In October, the Nevada State Athletic Commission suspended McGregor for six months after he was involved in a post-fight brawl.