Conor McGregor has reached a settlement with a security guard who sued him for battery after the two spent the last year in court battling over the fighter’s deposition.
According to The Blast, each side has submitted paperwork verifying “that the parties to the above-entitled action have now fully settled their claims in this case, with an agreement that each side will bear their own fees and costs. It is expected that all settlement documents can be exchanged and this matter will be fully resolved.”
William Pegg sued McGregor over an argument that erupted at a press conference in 2016 for McGregor’s fight with Nate Diaz.
After a heated exchange, Diaz stormed out and he and McGregor began throwing water bottles at each other. McGregor allegedly threw a Monster energy can at Diaz, which Pegg claims in his lawsuit hit him in the back near his left shoulder.
Pegg claimed he required medical attention and sustained injuries from the can, costing just under $5,000. He sued for $95,000 in damages.
The case appears to finally be closed after the feud went on for months over McGregor avoiding his deposition.