Conor McGregor is being accused of sexual assault ... again.
"According to demand letters, authored by attorney Ariel Mitchell, that were sent to McGregor, the NBA and the Miami Heat this week ... the incident happened just after the Nuggets had won, 108-95, on June 9 at the Kaseya Center in Florida," TMZ reports.
This incident is said to have happened during the same game where McGregor was seen punching the mascot during a skit that went wrong after the person in the mascot suit was sent to the ER.
The letter which was sent to multiple people allege that security separated the woman from her friend and forced her into the restroom where McGregor was waiting.
"Security refused to let [the woman] exit or allow anyone else, including her friend, inside the bathroom," TMZ reported. McGregor allegedly "shoved his tongue in the victim's mouth and aggressively kissed her." He also forced her to have oral sex and is "accused of grabbing the woman and pinning her against the wall ... before attempting to sodomize her."
She says she escaped after elbowing him but left her purse behind. She says she reported the incident the next morning and is asking the NBA, the Heat and McGregor for "settlements" in lieu of litigation.
McGregor's rep denied the allegations and added that "Mr. McGregor will not be intimidated." The UFC also commented to TMZ saying, "UFC will allow the legal process to play out before making any additional statements."
The Miami Heat also released a statement saying they are investigating the incident.
This is not the first time McGregor has been accused of a crime against a woman. He has a long list of allegations, which can be read in depth here.
Just yesterday McGregor announced that he and his longtime girlfriend Dee Devlin are expecting their fourth child.
UPDATE: According to MMA Fighting, the Miami Police are also involved in the investigation.
"At this time all we can confirm is that MPD’s Special Victims Unit is investigating a report that was filed Sunday, June 11, 2023. This is an open investigation, so no additional information can be released at this time."