DNA Test Shows Conor McGregor Is Not The Father Of Alleged Lover’s Baby
Terri Murray’s Claim That The UFC Fighter Impregnated Her Is Debunked After DNA Test Results Came Out Showing That There Was ‘Zero Per Cent Possibility’ He’s The Baby’s Father.
UFC fighter Conor McGregor has one less thing to worry about – he’s not the father of an alleged lover’s kid.
A DNA test has reportedly proven he’s not Terri Murray’s baby daddy.
She claimed Conor impregnated her in 2017, just weeks before the fighter’s girlfriend, Dee Devlin, gave birth to their son, Conor Jr.
“To conclusively end any and all erroneous media reports, Conor McGregor took a DNA test recently which confirmed to all parties that he is not the father of the child in Liverpool,” Conor’s spokesperson said in a statement, obtained by TMZ.
Sources tell the Irish Independent newspaper they have seen the results and there is a “zero per cent probability” McGregor is the father.
The news comes days after McGregor escaped jail time after pleading guilty to assaulting a man in a pub in his native Ireland.
The fighter was facing up to six months behind bars for the attack at Dublin’s Marble Arch pub in April. He was charged with assault and appeared in court last week to enter his guilty plea.
He was fined 1,000 Euros.
During the hearing, McGregor’s lawyer revealed his client had already reached a private financial settlement with the victim, although specific details about the pay off were not revealed.