However, McGregor vehemently denies these allegations.
According to demand letters received by McGregor, the NBA, and the Miami Heat, attorney Ariel Mitchell claims that the incident occurred shortly after the Denver Nuggets’ victory over the opposing team with a score of 108-95 on June 9 at the Kaseya Center in Florida.
McGregor, who was seated courtside and actively engaged in the game’s entertainment, including a halftime skit where he playfully punched a Heat mascot to promote his Tidl Sport recovery spray.
The letters obtained by TMZ Sports suggest that later that evening, an alleged violent sexual assault took place in a men’s bathroom.
Mitchell asserts that NBA and Heat security personnel separated the woman from her friend and directed her into a restroom already occupied by McGregor and his security guard.
Mitchell further claims that the security personnel prevented anyone, including the victim’s friend, from entering or exiting the bathroom.
It is alleged that McGregor emerged from a handicap stall, forcibly kissed the victim, and then engaged in non-consensual oral sex with her.
The letters state that the woman managed to dissuade McGregor momentarily by claiming she needed to use the restroom.
However, he allegedly attempted to sodomize her after pinning her against a wall. In a desperate struggle, the woman reportedly elbowed McGregor repeatedly, creating an opportunity for her to escape.
Unfortunately, she left behind her purse, which Mitchell claims was withheld by McGregor’s security guards until she pleaded for its return.
According to the letters, the woman promptly reported the assault to local authorities after successfully fleeing the scene.
Seeking resolution without going to court, Mitchell stated that the woman is pursuing settlements with the NBA, the Heat, and McGregor.
Representatives for McGregor, in a statement released on Thursday morning, categorically refuted the allegations as false and emphasized his resilience in the face of intimidation, according TMZ Sports.