UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor was allegedly high on weed and other drugs during a house party in March and a viral video is now circulating around the internet detailing the craziness.
An anonymous source claims that McGregor himself hosted a party in his mansion and it wasn’t just your typical party. The source is saying that they had a boozefest complete with hookers and drugs at the McMansion.
A party girl who was there released a photo and a statement saying: “So I was at this house party a while back. and my buddy who was hosting it asks me if I wanna smoke some weed. I’m like “sure, why… not”. We go upstairs in a room in the back of the house, and as he opens the door, none else but Conor Mcgregor is in the middle of snorting a big fat line of coke off a table….” there were lots of hookers, Conor was [messed] up, etc…
Some of his fans defended him saying “He’s the most tested fighter on the roster. Not to mention the type of testing the UFC does can catch traces of it for up to 3 weeks after using just once. Nothing here but some sluts trying to catch him doing something. He’s just drunk here.”
Despite this controversy, Conor McGregor fought Nate Diaz today and won with a majority decision in UFC 202 without a failed drug test announcement.
You can see the photos and videos here
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