Video: Conor McGregor ‘Stomps On Fan’s Phone’ In Miami Hotel

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Video footage has surfaced of what seems to be Conor McGregor stomping on a mobile phone that the fighter took from a British nightclubber videoing him.

The MMA fighter is alleged to have grabbed the phone that has resulted in his latest arrest. The former UFC champion can be seen using his left foot in an alleged bid to smash the €885 mobile phone.

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It’s reported that McGregor is alleged to have grabbed the phone from a man caled Ahmed Abdirzak. According to Dublin Live the incident toojk place outside the Fountainbleau Miami Beach hotel on Monday.

Abdirzak, from Slough, Berkshire, asserts that McGregor took his iPhone from him as he tried to take a snap of the fighter. On the video, he can be heard begging with the UFC star “Let me get my phone, man.”

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Abdirzak, a restaurant worker informed the Mirror how the Irishman struck with “proper power” in the valet area of a hotel.

Ahmed informed the Mirror that he believed McGregor to be drunk when the reported robbery took place around 5am on Monday.

“He did assault me. He gave me his hand for me to shake, I have that on camera, I’ve got my phone out, I’m recording me shaking Conor McGregor’s hand.”

“He pulls me in with his hand and with his right-hand slaps my hand with the phone. Like proper power. Full power. Slap my wrist. The phone falls to the floor. His security pushed me out.”

“He starts stamping on my phone, picks my phone up off the floor, puts it in his pocket, does the McGregor walk, gets in his chauffeur car and says ‘Fuck you’ and goes away.”

TMZ sports shared a video of the phone stamping incident:

The incident means facing McGregor is facing  two felony charges of criminal mischief and strong-arm robbery, which is punishable by up to 15 years in prison, just days after he finished community service in New York for disorderly conduct.

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