Dee Devlin has posted on social media for the first time since a video emerged appearing to show Conor McGregor allegedly hitting an elderly man.
In a shocking video recorded at Dublin’s Marble Arch pub in April, the Notorious appeared to strike the man after he allegedly refused to drink a shot of the fighter’s Proper Twelve Whiskey.
A source close to the victim said that the man in question, who is not in fact a pensioner but a 50-year-old Drimnagh native, was left “shook” by the incident.
Taking to social media for the first time since the incident, Dee shared a number of videos from her daughter Croia’s christening day.
She commented on the post: “Croía Mairead McGregor. We celebrate you baby girl x.”
The christening took place at Luttrellstown Castle in Castleknock, Dublin earlier this month.
Croia, who was born in early January, is Conor and Dee’s second child, and she was the centre of attention at the bash.
Dad Conor and her brother Conor Junior, 2, both donned smart suits, while Dee stunned in a pink floral dress.
Conor’s parents Margaret and Tony and sisters Erin and Aoife were also there for Croia’s big day.
And grandfather Tony marked the occasion with some hand rolled cigars that he posted on social media.
The younger guests could enjoy plenty of entertainment with a large bouncy castle, pink tepees and garden games, while there was a champagne reception for the older attendees.
Conor and Dee also used the exclusive venue for Conor Junior’s christening party.
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