Conor McGregor appeared briefly in a Brooklyn, N.Y., courtroom Thursday, months after he was arrested and released for his alleged involvement in alleged role in the infamous UFC 223 bus attack in April.
The Irishman, 29, made a brief appearance at Brooklyn Criminal Court on Thursday afternoon in NY, where the new date was set. McGregor will appear in court again in NY at the end of July.
After the hearing, McGregor made a short statement outside the courthouse, once again saying he regretted his actions, which led to several UFC fighters being injured.
Conor McGregor has arrived at a NY court to face three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief.
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Assistant district attorney Janet Gleeson said the case had not been presented to a grand jury for indictment because of the ongoing plea negotiations.
Cowley and McGregor have been free on bond. Nurmagomedov was on the bus and said he had to be restrained to keep from fighting McGregor. He is now due back in court on July 26. "We're not going to focus on any future plans until we handle this matter", McGregor's agent, Audie Attar, told ESPN.
McGregor faces felony criminal mischief and other charges for the retaliatory attack - captured on videotape - during a scheduled UFC media day.
Judge Raymond Rodriguez ordered them to return July 26.
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Conor McGregor's future - in and out of the cage - got little resolution today.
McGregor was in court for a bus attack that occurred on April 5.
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