Conor McGregor has been spared prosecution for motoring offences in Dublin.

He had been summoned by gardaí to appear at Dublin District Court on Wednesday. However, the 31-year-old did not attend and his case was struck out.

The ex-two weight champion, who won his UFC comeback fight earlier this month in Las Vegas, faced Road Traffic Act offences.

He had been accused of allegedly driving a ‘192-reg car without a licence or insurance and failing to produce a licence or insurance or motor tax to gardaí within 10 days, on August 23rd last at Old County Road in Crumlin.

His solicitor Rory Staines told Judge John O’Leary he was aware an application would be made. The prosecuting Garda Anthony Byrne asked for a strike out.

“Documents were produced before court this morning,” he explained.

Judge O’Leary noted McGregor’s documents were “in order” and struck out the prosecution.


Source: Irish Times