CONOR McGREGOR’S replica t-shirt he wore during his Miami arrest has sold out as fans flocked to buy the UFC stars merch.
Former two-weight UFC champion McGregor was arrested in Miami on Monday after allegedly knocking a phone out of someone’s hand.
The incident took place at 5am local time outside Fontainebleau Hotel on Miami beach, as Brit Ahmed Abdirzak claims McGregor smashed his phone and stamped on it.
McGregor, who recently launched a new clothing line with tailor David August named “August McGregor”, sold replica t-shirts of the one he wore during his arrest
However, the merch has has now sold out just five days on from the incident.
Footage of the melee has since been released as the Irishman appears to slam the phone down and then stamp on it.
McGregor was subsequently charged with strong-arm robbery and misdemeanour criminal mischief following the incident.
The Irishman is now being sued for more than £11,000 by Abdirzak, who accused the fighter of smashing his phone.
Miami-Dade County court records showed that 22-year-old Ahmed Abdirzak filed a lawsuit on Thursday seeking in excess of $15,000 (£11,340).
However, just four days on from alleged fracas and The Notorious posted several pictures with fans on his Instagram as the Irishman made light of his latest criminal offence.
After the Irishman was released, posting his £9,450 bond, he was captured going for a jog and also getting a haircut.
While the former UFC two-weight champion also released snaps of himself training — as he bids to return to the octagon this year.
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