The Miami Police Department announced on Wednesday that Conor McGregor will not face criminal charges following an investigation into allegations of sexual assault. The State Attorney’s Office has decided not to proceed with any charges, resulting in the case being closed.
The investigation stemmed from an incident during Game 4 of the NBA Finals in June, where a woman accused McGregor of sexually assaulting her in a men’s bathroom. She also claimed that the Miami Heat and NBA security had separated her from her friend, contributing to the incident.
During the investigation, TMZ reported that a bathroom attendant stated he did not hear any signs of distress or non-consensual activity. Additionally, the woman did not disclose the incident to her friend afterward.
Prosecutors concluded that based on the available facts and circumstances, they would not be able to meet the burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. As a result, they determined that no charges would be filed against McGregor.
McGregor has denied the allegations from the beginning. The case has now been closed, and no further legal action will be taken against him.