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Conor McGregor rape accuser says NBA offered her 100K to keep quiet

Conor McGregor rape accuser says NBA offered her 100K to keep quiet
Conor McGregor rape accuser says NBA offered her 100K to keep quiet
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Conor McGregor’s alleged rape victim makes a big statement just days after it was reported she accused the former UFC champion of ‘violent’ sexual assault in the bathroom during the NBA finals.

Now his attorney is throwing a bombshell saying that the NBA offered his client $100,000 to keep the case quiet, but after the news, they withdrew the offer.

“Some of the security guards standing there when this happened were not McGregor’s. They were hired by Heat,” Ariel Mitchell told DailyMail.com. “They decided to take care of a celebrity instead of protecting a struggling young woman.”

A video has emerged showing McGregor leading the alleged victim to the bathroom, but it contradicts his original story that it was security who took her into the bathroom, where McGregor arrested her with how to get out from one of the cabins.

According to NBA communications director Mike Bass, the league offered nothing to the woman, the outlet reported.
Her lawyer says she was turned away by police twice when she tried to report the incident.

“She first went to the police station where she lived and there they told her to go to another station where this happened. So this is the denial of a sexual assault victim.” , she said. “Then at the legal police station, she walked in shortly after 4:30 pm and half an hour later, she was taken out of the police station.”

She continued, “He got her out of the building immediately. The detective told him to hire a lawyer before filing a complaint with the police. He told her, “If you drop today, it will go viral.” Of course, that convinced her to wait, and that’s not good for the investigation.”

Her lawyer said she brought her back on June 14 to formalize the report, but police confirmed that the case was opened on June 11, the first day she arrive.
McGregor denies the charges and insists he is innocent.

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