Conor McGregor's alleged official mugshot has been released online
The MMA star faces jail time following three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief.
Just moments after Conor McGregor was escorted out of a Brooklyn police station in handcuffs, his alleged official mugshot photo has been released to the public.
McGregor was involved in an incident on Thursday evening, about 6:30pm Irish time, outside of the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, New York, where he threw a number of items at a bus that was transporting fighters from a media event.
The Dubliner was filmed throwing a trolley at the front of the bus, breaking a window, with a minor injury caused to one of the passengers during the incident.
The Notorious handed himself in to police in Brooklyn shortly afterwards on Thursday night and was taken into custody.
McGregor's alleged mugshot alongside his Prisoner Movement Slip has since been doing the rounds on social media.
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UFC President Dana White has since been interviewed about the incident and has confirmed he's been in contact with McGregor. He claims that the Dublin fighter believes he was justified in his actions.
Speaking on the First Things First show, White said: "We didn't have a good conversation yesterday, and it wasn't really about the situation. He felt that my interview on ESPN yesterday - and with MMA Junkie - he wasn't happy with some of the things that I said."
White has also called McGregor's antics on Thursday night "the most disgusting thing that's happened in the history of the company."
"You can imagine that he's going to be sued beyond belief and this was a really bad career move for him," he continued.
Two UFC fighters scheduled to compete on the UFC 223 card - Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg - have since been pulled from their respective fights after suffering injuries due to the shattered glass of the bus that McGregor attacked.