A woman who claimed her daughter is Conor McGregor’s biological child has spoken out following reports that a paternity test proved otherwise.

Terri Murray, 26, said McGregor, 31, was the father of Clodagh Murray after the two had sex on two occasions while he was visiting Liverpool in 2017.

DNA tests “confirmed” the UFC star is not the girl’s dad, according to The Herald.

The paper claims to have seen the results which indicate a zero percent chance of McGregor being related to Clodagh.

Murray took to Instagram to announce the situation is now in her lawyers’ hands.

Murray took pictures of her and Conor when they met in Liverpool in 2017
McGregor has always denied allegations that he is Clodagh's biological dad

She wrote on her Instagram story: “OK so I’ve had a lot of messages today! All queries please direct to my lawyer Lorna McCammon at SFR Law.”

Despite Murray documenting the pair’s meeting with photographs, McGregor has always denied the allegations.

Liverpool-born Murray reportedly filled out an “initial inquiry form” for child maintenance where she put down McGregor as the respondent.

After this, she told a newspaper she wanted McGregor to take a paternity test.

Murray told papers she didn't want McGregor's money, but just to prove he was her daughter's father

The test, obtained by his solicitors Michael J Staines and Company, was then organised through NorthGene Ltd, a respected DNA testing service in Newcastle.

The results reportedly said it was “practically proven” that McGregor had no relation to Murray’s daughter.

Single mum Murray alleged she had sexual relations with the fighter on the night in question and then again two days later.

She told a newspaper that she did not want the star’s money, but just to prove he was the biological father.

McGregor’s solicitors declined to comment when contacted by the Herald.