Conor McGregor Shows Up Late For Court Hearing Over Speeding Violation

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He was set to appear at the Blanchardstown District Court this morning but didn't show up at hte start. "You can tell him a bench warrant will be coming in his direction if he's not here".

'It may sound stupid but I have to ask - please don't tell me that you earned 110 million in one day'.

After being fined the lightweight champion told the court: "I apologise for that".

McGregor was recorded by gardaí driving at 158km/h on the N7 Naas Road at Rathcoole, Co Dublin, on March 31....

Judge Walsh said to the fighter: "I have to ask you the question, how much do you earn?"

Judge Walsh told the fighter he could pay the new fine by instalments if he wished.

"Come and get me", McGregor, who goes by the nickname 'Notorious, ' said defiantly on Thursday when asked about the supposed threats on his life.

Well, recently the Irish Mirror spoke with McGregor's father, Tony McGregor, who said the rumor is "absolute nonsense".

Solicitor Graham Kenny said McGregor was pleading guilty.

Afterwards as McGregor emerged from court to his waiting BMW reporters tried to question him about recent allegations that he punched a gangland figure in a pub last weekend.

Judge Walsh had said that it was the third time the case was mentioned in the court and warned that he was showing "absolute disrespect". I am very annoyed with Mr McGregor.

Conor McGregor, the mixed martial arts fighter, has been fined €400 for speeding. On that date, Judge Walsh said McGregor must either appear in court himself - or send a legal representative. "I don't know why it didn't pay".