The alleged incident happened in the early hours Monday when McGregor was leaving the Fountainbleau and Ahmed Abdirzak, from London, tried to take photos of the former two-division UFC champion.
A video has surfaced that shows the MMA star stomping on a fan's phone during an altercation outside a Miami nightclub that got him arrested after the fan accused him of taking and smashing his phone when he went in for a handshake.
Meanwhile, though the incident is thought to have been captured on surveillance video, the footage won't be made public until "prosecutors give it to the defense, sometime after the arraignment 21 days after the arrest".
The video, which was obtained and posted by TMZ, can be seen here.
A day after being arrested for allegedly smashing a man's phone outside the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami, Conor McGregor walked out of a jail with a smile after posting a reported $12,500 Bond for charges of strong-arm robbery and criminal mischief.
You can hear what sounds like a loud stomp and the fan saying, "Let me get my phone man".
McGregor had just fulfilled the community service portion of his plea agreement with NY prior to the phone-smashing incident in Miami.
Abdirzk valued the smashed and missing phone at $1,000.
This is not the first time that McGregor has been wrapped up in controversy. Both he and Nurmagomedov are now serving Nevada State Athletic Commission imposed suspensions for their roles in a brawl that took place after the fight at UFC 229 in Las Vegas.