The man whose phone is claimed to have been smashed by Connor McGregor said on Tuesday he believed he was receiving a handshake from the UFC star when the incident happened. because he claims to have hit his phone by Ahmed Abdirzak's hand to hit him and then take it.
Speaking to TMZ Sports, Abdirzak said he and McGregor are at the LIV nightclub in Miami Beach, Florida. When the former UFC champion left the building, Abdirzac pulled out his phone for a photo. He said McGregor approached him and offered him a handshake. "As soon as he came to shake my hand, he pulled me back and he grabbed me for the phone and he began to break him and all his guards literally surrounded me, pushed me along the way, and he crossed it," said Abdirzak. .. [McGregor] was just like: "Get it out of my face." Move. "And then I was like," Io, sir, can I get my phone back? "
"There was a guard around him, and I said," Yo, can I get my phone back, please? " "It was like," Io, move, man, you better hear what Connor says. "MacGregor picked up the phone, put it in his pocket, laughed, then went into his [SUV] and they literally departed. I came to the manager of the hotel and said, "Listen, I'll find out." Do not worry. "
Abdirzak said it was not so much the phone, but what it was on."
"I have pictures of my son I did not even keep on my iCloud that I would lose, "said Abdirzak. "That's the most that makes me mad." I have pictures of my son, which I probably will never get again. "
McGregor was released on bail at $ 1
McGregor's defense Sam Rabin issued the following statement on Monday. Konnor MacGregor has been involved in minor cell phone litigation, which has led to a call to law enforcement, "said Rabin, and McGregor assesses the law enforcement response and pledges full co-operation."