“I’m never going to kill myself” – Conor McGregor

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) world champion Conor McGregor is not happy at all after his stint in a French police station and has let off steam on social media against those he accuses of wanting take advantage of him or denigrate him with false pretenses.

The famous Irishman was temporarily detained last week after the Corsican prosecutor’s office received a complaint for exhibitionism and attempted sexual assault.

McGregor’s spokeswoman Karen Kessler, who confirmed this to ESPN, said the fighter was released on Saturday without being charged.

However, the release of the dungeon does not seem to have calmed the main party, who vociferated in crude terms on his Facebook page on Tuesday.

“I’m never going to kill myself, no matter how many of you want to,” he wrote through comments reported by the specialist site SevereMMA. You try to fix my case all the time, but it doesn’t work because the truth always ends up setting me free. [NDLR : traduction libre]. Rape, indecent acts or exhibitionism, alleged paternity and other lies of WhatsApp groups, name them! I’ll never give up. The truth is the truth and it gives me wings. ”

“I will not pay a single penny to anyone who comes before me with such vicious chimeras,” he added. I won’t allow these people to blame me and then disappear into the haze after trying to ruin someone else’s life. ”

McGregor once again announced his retirement from mixed martial arts in June, but his future remains unclear. He continues to be tested by the American Anti-Doping Agency. His last fight dates back to UFC 246, where he defeated Donald Cerrone by K.-O. technical in January.

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