UFC superstar Conor McGregor was arrested in Corsica last weekend after being accused of sexual assaulting a woman inside a bar.
Details of exactly what happened are fuzzy, but sources report that the alleged incident occurred last week at a place called L’Amphi.
32-year-old McGregor purportedly exposed himself to a “young married woman” in the hallway leading to the bathroom.
McGregor has had a complicated relationship with LGBTQ people over the years.
In 2015, he voiced his support for same-sex marriage and said everyone deserves equal rights. But then in 2017, he made headlines for calling another fighter a “f*ggot.”
“Everyone knew he was a f*ggot,” McGregor said when speaking about Andre Fili, “and I was calling him a f*ggot.”
He also made negative headlines when he called Floyd Mayweather “boy” and Mayweather’s bodyguard a “monkey,” and when described Nate Diaz as a “cholo gangster from the hood.”
In March 2019, McGregor was sentenced to community service after pleading guilty to ramming a dolly into a bus, leaving one man hospitalized. Then in November 2019, he pleaded guilty to punching a man at a bar when the victim refused to take a shot of whiskey with him.