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After his recent brush with the law, Conor McGregor has at least got the support of Chris Brown - a man who knows all about getting in trouble with the law.
Asked about Conor's recent problems, Brown told TMZ: "We all get crazy sometimes."
Unless you've been living under a rock, or simply don't care, you'll have noticed that Conor McGregor has been in a bit of trouble in the past few days.
Basically, 'The Notorious' has been living up to his reputation after UFC fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov dissed his friend and fellow UFC fighter Artem Lobov.
That didn't sit well with McGregor so he jumped on a plane to New York from Ireland and took about 30 other guys along to attack a bus that Khabib was on with a load of other UFC employees to his hotel.
Conor and his friends allegedly smashed up the bus and injured fellow MMA fighter Michael Chiesa and another employee in the process.
Three fights at the upcoming UFC event are now cancelled because of the shenanigans and McGregor handed himself into the police in Brooklyn earlier after an arrest warrant was issued.
He's been charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief this morning.
Brown was giving his two cents whilst being followed into what looked like a glitzy showbiz bash. The photographer was presumably asking him about it because Chris Brown also has previous in throwing things through windows.
Back in 2011, Brown went full on 'Incredible Hulk' in an interview with Good Morning America and hurled a chair through a window after being asked some uncomfortable questions about his assault of Rihanna.
Given that he was on probation for felony assault at the time it probably wasn't the smartest idea to be chucking chairs through windows that weren't his own.
As for Conor - he could be in big trouble both criminally and professionally.
On top of the fact that he is up on criminal charges that could land him in jail if he is convicted, UFC president Dana White has promised that he and several others are going to sue him for his actions as well.
White said: "He's going to jail! People are gonna sue him. He's gonna have a bunch of civil lawsuits,"
Before that it had looked like Conor was going to make his long-awaited return to the octagon. That seems very unlikely now.
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