Conor McGregor is back to his old ways and is ready to face all the charges hurled against him. The former UFC champion is facing new sexual assault allegations with the 32-year-old mixed martial arts fighter allegedly showing off his manhood to a married woman in Corsiva.
McGregor posted on his Facebook account that he will fight this issue and called these allegations as bullsh*t. He adds that he will not pay a single dime to the accusers, hinting that reports that may have come out are inaccurate, TMZ reported.
"Try set me up all yous f*cking want over and over and over the truth will always set me free! Be it baby father claims, rape, indecent exposure, bullsh*t WhatsApp group sh*t. You f*cking name it. Never will I fold!" McGregor wrote in his private Facebook wall. "The truth is the truth and it gives me wings. I know my character!"
It was a big turnaround or McGregor who recently seemed to be in shambles. As mentioned in a previous report, The Notorious put up disturbing tweets recently with some believing that the whole issue had affected McGregor severely.
Right now, McGregor is awaiting the result of the examination of key physical tests. If there is evidence to prove that the Irishman did sexually assault the unnamed married woman, McGregor can be re-arrested.
Though the results are not yet out, it appears McGregor is confident that all of this is nothing but a way to get money out of him. He made it clear that he will not pay a single dime and all the accusations are lies.
"Never will a dime be paid to anyone coming at me with vicious lies! Not now not f*cking ever! I will fight! And I am only beginning my fight!" McGregor said.
McGregor is no stranger to controversy. Before the current row, the former UFC champion was linked to two other sexual assault cases in Dublin. Just last year, he was also embroiled in another issue when he hit an old man in the head.
McGregor remains retired although there are rumors of him possibly making a UFC return. That includes a possible rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr., someone that UFC prexy Dana White says he is regularly talking to.
For White, he believes the problems that McGregor is facing is because of his lifestyle. The Notorious is unlikely to change his ways as he battles another fight outside the Octagon.