Conor McGregor has appeared before a court in Dublin charged with dangerous driving and other road traffic offences.
The 33-old-year UFC fighter is accused of dangerous driving at two locations in west Dublin last month.
He pulled up to the courthouse today in a Rolls Royce, but these charges relate to the manner in which he allegedly drove another vehicle - a high-performance Bentley Continental GT - on March 22nd.
The UFC star is facing two charges of dangerously driving the 2019 sports car at the N4/M50 interchange in Palmerstown and on the Lucan Road.
When he arrived in court today with his security team in tow, he was charged with other road traffic offences – including driving without a licence and insurance and failing to produce those documents within ten days.
Mr McGregor didn’t address the judge directly, but his solicitor told the court that copies of his insurance and driving licence were shown to Gardaí today.
The Dubliner, who now lives in Straffan, County Kildare, was then remanded on bail to appear in court again in June.