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Jake Paul Accuses Conor McGregor Of Being 'Coked Up' After Randomly Punching DJ


Jake Paul Accuses Conor McGregor Of Being 'Coked Up' After Randomly Punching DJ

Jake Paul has accused Conor McGregor of being "coked up" after the Irishman allegedly punched a popular DJ in the face and broke his nose.

People are taking aim at the Irishman left, right and centre following claims that he randomly attacked a famous Italian DJ while on a night out in Rome.

According to Francesco Facchinetti, he was partying with McGregor when the UFC megastar suddenly turned around and clocked him with a shot to the face, breaking his nose in the process.

Credit: Instagram
Credit: Instagram

The unprovoked assault has landed McGregor in hot water, with hundreds of fans flocking to social media to rip into him for his action - Jake Paul being one of them.

The trash-talking YouTuber has now waded into the incident, claiming McGregor could have been under the influence of some certain substances during the attack.

Retweeting the story from TMZ, Paul added: "Coked up Conor likes to play tough guy with musicians... Conor PLEASE try and do something when you see me!!"

Paul's tweet has already garnered plenty of attention, raking up thousands of likes in less than two hours.


Clearly upset by the events that unfolded, Facchinetti has now revealed that he plans on taking legal action against the Irishman.

"I took a punch for nothing," Facchinetti told Italian outlet Il Massaggero.

"That punch could go to anyone. My friends, my wife, or other friends. That's why I decided to sue Conor McGregor because he is a violent and dangerous person."


Speaking in a video posted on Instagram, Facchinetti went into detail about the alleged assault.

"At 2.30 this night I was attacked by Mr. McGregor," Facchinetti said.

"The very famous McGregor, who punched me in the mouth, broke my nose in front of ten witnesses, his friends and his bodyguards. He attacked me without motivation as we talked for more than two hours and we also had fun together. I could have shut up and not say anything to anyone, but since I'm here to tell it, I must say that that person is really violent and dangerous."

It remains to be seen whether authorities intervene, but given McGregor's extensive history of incidents outside of the octagon, it's certainly not a good look for him.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@thenotoriousmma/PA

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Boxing, Jake Paul, UFC, Australia, MMA

Max Sherry
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