By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to a report, UFC superstar Conor McGregor is feeling the impact of his visit to South Beach. And it is not a good one.
He has reportedly lost a business deal after two incidents that happened while he appeared at Kayesa Center in Miami, Florida during the Heat’s NBA Finals appearance against the Denver Nuggets.
First, he sent the man playing Heat mascot Burnie to the emergency room. Then, after that incident, he was accused of raping a woman.
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The Heat distanced themselves from the star. The woman, which McGregor denies the allegations, claims that she was sexually assaulted by him on June 9th.
The woman claimed that McGregor forced her into the bathroom and “forced her” to perform sexual acts on him.
His appearance at the Heat game was due to a sponsorship agreement between McGregor and the team. However, due to these incidents, he has lost that business deal.
“Insiders tell us that the UFC champ had inked a deal to make his new “cryo” pain spray the “official pain relief partner” of the team, an agreement that would see the players wear a Tidl Sports patch on their uniforms for the 2023-2024 season,” the New York Post reported.
“This was very bad for an otherwise crystal clean organization,” said an insider, “I can’t imagine the Heat brass want the Tidl Sports patch on their jerseys — it’s a reminder of the 24 hours of hell the organization went through.”
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The alleged sexual assault victim claims that the Heat covered up the incident. TMZ has released a video that contradicts some of her claims.
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