Casey Judelson is an American teenager from the state of New York known for being the son of the man who bailed Conor McGregor from an arrest following an arrest for criminal mischief and assault charges in early April, 2018.  
Casey was born and raised in the state of New York for most of his life. His parents are father Ira, a well-known bail bondsman in New York, and his mother Blake, a performing arts teacher.  He lives with his family in the city of Harrison. 
In The Media
On the evening of April 6th, 2018, a day after Conor McGregor was arrested on charges of mischief and assault, a photography taken of
Casey is seen of him walking side to side with McGregor as they enter the courthouse. McGregor used the help of Casey's father to post bond as his assets in Ireland would've taken too long to transfer and get him out of jail. 
Casey's father, Ira Judelson, posted a total of $75,000 to bail McGregor and Cian Cowley. Once McGregor was inside of the Ira Judelson offices, he took a photo with his son, Casey. McGregor has stated that his team plans to recruit Casey.