Conor McGregor has broken his silence on social media, however, the Irishman hasn’t addressed his antics which saw him charged with assault, the Daily Express report.

McGregor, 29, was charged with three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief after he stormed into the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and caused chaos by attacking a bus filled with UFC fighters after a media day.

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The Irishman who hasn’t competed inside an Octagon for 17 months was set to be back competing in UFC by September according to boss Dana White, however, that may have changed after his actions.

McGregor has now finally broken his silence on Instagram, after he posted a picture with his family at a restaurant.


I have the best job in the world looking after my family. If we all look after our own, we are all looked after.

McGregor is due back in court on June 14th, after meeting the bail release conditions which was set at $50,000.