Conor McGregor claims that a DNA test has shown that he is not the father of a secret love child allegedly conceived during the Grand National.
26-year-old Terri Murray had claimed to have given birth to the daughter of the former UFC star after a hotel run after the horse racing in 2017.
But McGregor, who repeatedly denied sleeping with Terri, said on Saturday (AEDT) that a DNA test proved that the child, named Clodagh, is not his.
The hunter is supposed to have swabs taken from his mouth, the tests being carried out by a private laboratory.
They showed that there is a "zero percent probability", he is the father of a year old, according to The Herald Ireland.
"To end all erroneous media reports, Conor McGregor recently did a DNA test that confirmed to all parties that he is not the father of the child in Liverpool," said a McGregor spokesperson.
Terri shot in the spotlight in February when she claimed she was having sex with the UFC star at his hotel after the Aintree Grand National – just four weeks before Conor's girlfriend Dee Devlin, 31, gave birth to their first child, Conor Jr.
McGregor had always denied that he was Clodagh's father and insisted that Terri sleep with one of his friends, not with him.
She repeatedly stated that she did not want money from the former world champion UFC with two weights, but wanted him to admit responsibility.
"I just want to prove that he is Clodagh's father and that I'm not lying," Terri said at the time.
"If he gets that DNA test, I said," You never have to talk to me again, you can walk away. "
She claimed that she ended up in bed with the father of two after one of his friends invited her to his room at the Hilton Hotel in Liverpool.
The Sun Online has contacted Terri for comments.
This article was originally published by The sun and reproduced with permission
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