Conor McGregor reappears in court for traffic offenses – weeks after he was banned because of speeding

Conor McGregor has again appeared in court in the field of car violations - three weeks after being deported for six months for speeding. He is pictured today at the district court of Dublin

Conor McGregor reappears in court for car violations – three weeks after being deported for six months for speeding

  • The MMA hunter, 30, was seen this morning at the Dublin court
  • His lawsuit follows a car accident in the city earlier this year
  • McGregor is presumed to have been charged with not producing his driver's license and insurance documents that have been stopped in a Range Rover
  • It comes weeks after he was banned for driving with 95 mph in a 60 mph zone

Julian Robinson for MailOnline

Conor McGregor has again appeared in court in the field of car violations – three weeks after being deported for six months for speeding.

The 30-year-old MMA-hunter arrived in the Dublin district this morning after a motorcycle incident in the city in July.

McGregor is believed to have been accused of not producing his driver's license and insurance documents that have been stopped in a Range Rover in the Rathmines area of ​​the city, according to Buzz.ie.

The former UFC champion would have had ten days to produce the documentation at a local station after he had stopped.

Conor McGregor has again appeared in court in the field of car violations - three weeks after being deported for six months for speeding. He is pictured today at the district court of Dublin

Conor McGregor has again appeared in court in the field of car violations – three weeks after being deported for six months for speeding. He is pictured today at the district court of Dublin

The 30-year-old MMA-hunter arrived this morning at the Dublin District Court after a car incident in the city in July

The 30-year-old MMA-hunter arrived this morning at the Dublin District Court after a car incident in the city in July

The 30-year-old MMA-hunter arrived this morning at the Dublin District Court after a car incident in the city in July

It comes just a few weeks after he was excluded from driving for six months and was fined 1,000 euros (£ 888) after being arrested in his native country of Ireland at a rate of 95 mph in 60 mph zone.

McGregor was shot by the police in October last year. Kildare stopped, reaching about one and a half times the speed limit.

He appeared in November for a judge and a courtroom full of supporters in the court of Naas in Co Kildare, just west of Dublin.

At that time, McGregor apologized to the judge, who said he was disappointed in the UFC hunter.

He reminded McGregor of the number of deaths on the roads and asked him why he was not being accused more seriously.

McGregor (pictured today in court) is one of the world's best-paid athletes. Last year he earned £ 19.5 million from his fights and £ 5 million from the endorsement deals, according to Forbes

McGregor (pictured today in court) is one of the world's best-paid athletes. Last year he earned £ 19.5 million from his fights and £ 5 million from the endorsement deals, according to Forbes

McGregor (pictured today in court) is one of the world's best-paid athletes. Last year he earned £ 19.5 million from his fights and £ 5 million from the endorsement deals, according to Forbes

In September McGregor (pictured in Las Vegas in October) launched his own whiskey, Proper Twelve, in which he claimed to have studied this model for a lifetime & # 39; and to have a long family history in the distillation process

In September McGregor (pictured in Las Vegas in October) launched his own whiskey, Proper Twelve, in which he claimed to have studied this model for a lifetime & # 39; and to have a long family history in the distillation process

In September McGregor (pictured in Las Vegas in October) launched his own whiskey, Proper Twelve, in which he claimed to have studied this model for a lifetime & # 39; and to have a long family history in the distillation process

In November 2017 McGregor was fined 400 euros (£ 350) after being driven in March at a speed of 98 mph in a 62 mph zone at Rathcoole, Co. Dublin, just ten miles from Naas.

McGregor is one of the world's highest paid athletes. Last year he earned £ 19.5 million from his fights and £ 5 million from the endorsement deals, according to Forbes.

In September, McGregor launched his own whiskey, Proper Twelve, in which he claimed to have studied this model for a lifetime & # 39; and to have a long family history in the distillation process.

McGregor said that his brand whiskey is genuine Irish whiskey from a real Irish man & # 39 ;.

The whiskey is described on the Instagram page of the brand as "a mix of the best golden and single malt with a hint of vanilla, honey and roasted wood."

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