MMA star Conor McGregor in plea negotiations after melee

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Conor McGregor arrived in a NY court room today for the first hearing on the four charges stemming from his attack on a bus at UFC 223 media day.

"I regret my actions that lead to today".

McGregor stated in this prepared statement that he understands the "seriousness" of the matter and hopes it is resolved soon.

Conor McGregor has appeared in court in NY. Nurmagomedov was left unharmed, however Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg were unfortunately caught in the crossfire, and were forced to pull out of their respective fights due to injuries sustained during McGregor's attack. With that in mind, both men will appear back in the same court on July 26 and will make an actual plea before the court.

Conor McGregor in NY at the Supreme court, where he was just 90 seconds before the judge.

"He and I are meeting on the 18th of this month", White told TMZ Sports on Wednesday.

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Video footage of the brawl appears to show McGregor and his entourage using a metal barricade and other objects to smash windows on a bus filled with fighters.

A prosecutor said plea negotiations are continuing.

Attar also assured Helwani that the matter should be wrapped up by July 26th, when McGregor returns to court.

If convicted on all counts, the 29-year-old could face up to seven years in prison.

He was stripped of the belt on April 7 following UFC 223 because of inactivity. At the hearing, McGregor and his training partner, Cian Cowley, went in front of the judge at the same time. He last fought in a UFC bout in November 2016, when he defeated Eddie Alvarez at New York's Madison Square Garden to win the lightweight belt.

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