Conor McGregor Remains On Bail As He Awaits EVEN MORE Potential Driving Charges

Conor McGregor Blanchardstown Court. Image: /PA Wire

Conor McGregor has been remanded on continuing bail pending possible “further charges” in his dangerous driving prosecution in Dublin.

The mixed martial artist came to the attention of gardaí while driving a high-performance Bentley Continental GT on March 22 in west Dublin.

McGregor was pulled over and arrested. Gardai charged him with two counts of dangerous driving at the N4/M50 interchange in Palmerstown and the Lucan Road, being uninsured, having no licence, and failing to produce his documents within ten days.

There was a brief court hearing in April, where he was given an 11-week adjournment after his solicitor confirmed he showed the arresting officer a copy of his client’s insurance and licence.

McGregor returned to Blanchardstown District Court today. Dressed in a navy suit, he arrived in a Rolls Royce.

The Court Garda asked the judge to adjourn the case “for consideration of further charges“.

Conor McGregor’s solicitor said he’s discussed the matter with his client and he consented.

He has not yet indicated a plea. The judge remanded him to appear again on September 8 for the DPP’s directions.