Boxer Conor McGregor caught speeding at 95mph in County Kildare 60mph zone

Conor McGregor has allegedly been caught speeding at 95mph in a 60mph zone in Ireland.

The Irish fighter, 30, is believed to have been clocked 35mph over the limit in County Kildare.

He has been charged with four offences, one for speeding and the other three related to his driving licence.

The MMA star, who was fined for doing 98mph on a road outside Dublin last year, was meant to appear in court last Wednesday – but didn’t turn up, according to the Irish Sun on Sunday.  

Conor McGregor (pictured in one of his luxury cars) has been allegedly caught speeding at 95mph in County Kildare, Ireland 

Conor McGregor (pictured in one of his luxury cars) has been allegedly caught speeding at 95mph in County Kildare, Ireland 

Conor McGregor (pictured in one of his luxury cars) has been allegedly caught speeding at 95mph in County Kildare, Ireland 

The MMA star (pictured in Las Vegas in October) who was fined for doing 98mph on a road outside Dublin last year, was meant to appear in court last Wednesday - but he didn't turn up 

The MMA star (pictured in Las Vegas in October) who was fined for doing 98mph on a road outside Dublin last year, was meant to appear in court last Wednesday - but he didn't turn up 

The MMA star (pictured in Las Vegas in October) who was fined for doing 98mph on a road outside Dublin last year, was meant to appear in court last Wednesday – but he didn’t turn up 

The multi-millionaire could be fined between £300 and £350 and get five points on his licence and will need to appear before a judge next Wednesday.

At Naas District Court this week Judge Desmond Zaidan asked the hearing: ‘Mr McGregor, is he here?’ 

The UFC fighter’s solicitor Tim Kennelly replied: ‘He’s not, judge. I’ve been asked . . . to seek a precis of the evidence.’

But a seemingly angry Judge Zaidan added: ‘I won’t ask why he is not here . . . but the onus was on the defence solicitor to notify his client to turn up for the hearing. If it is contested I won’t hear the case in absentia.’ 

This isn’t the first time McGregor has been in trouble with the law. 

As well as his £350 speeding fine last November, he also had a lawsuit brought against him for allegedly injuring two people after throwing a metal dolly at a rivals’ tour bus in New York.

He pleaded no contest to a count of disorderly conduct and was ordered to perform five days community service and attend anger management classes. 

McGregor is pictured in New York after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct over an attack on a rival fighter's bus 

McGregor is pictured in New York after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct over an attack on a rival fighter's bus 

McGregor is pictured in New York after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct over an attack on a rival fighter’s bus 

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