At a court hearing today, McGregor and his co-accused Cian Cowley were informed that the serious charges over the incident would be reduced to a count of disorderly conduct.
After the sentencing, McGregor appeared outside of the court house, where he made a brief statement.
McGregor was ordered to stay away from the three UFC stars injured by broken glass for the next two years.
McGregor's travel visa, which the former two-time world champion relies on to fight on various events across the globe, will not be affected under the plea deal, either. In exchange for pleading guilty to a single count of disorderly conduct, he agreed to five days' community service, up to three days of anger-management course, restitution to the bus company whose property he damaged, and a no contact order to three people affected by his actions.
UFC superstar Conor McGregor has been spared jail after reaching a plea deal over his attack on a bus.
"I just want to say im thankful to the DA and the judge for allowing me to move forward".
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Los Angeles Police were chasing him down after receiving call for an incident involving his grandmother and another woman. Around 1:30 p.m., police spotted the suspect driving his grandmother's auto in the Hollywood area and a pursuit began.
"I'd like to say to my friends, my family and my fans: Thank you for your support".
Almost four months after Conor McGregor turned himself into the Brooklyn police, the 30-year-old MMA fighter returned to court Thursday to enter his plea and accept the punishment for his role in the April 5 brawl at the Barclays Center.
The UFC did not immediate respond to a request for comment.
The UFC stripped him of its 155-pound championship belt in April because he had not fought in 17 months.