At the courthouse:
& # 39; I regret my actions & # 39;
06/14/2018 6:40 AM PDT
Conor McGregor just left a court in New York where he appeared for a hearing on his bus attack case … and told the media: "I regret my actions that took me here today. "
He continued," I understand the seriousness of this matter and I hope it will be resolved soon. "
Inside the courtroom, Conor's lawyer told the judge that the UFC star is negotiating an agreement with prosecutors. They will return to court on July 26.
McGregor was beaten with multiple charges – including felony felony – for attacking a UFC bus at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on April 5 … injuring several people, including some wrestlers UFC.
If convicted of all charges, Conor faces up to 7 YEARS of prison.
Conor was escorted into the courtroom by armed police officers who controlled the crowd and kept the peace.
Conor looked elegant: he wore a suit and tie. His behavior was very different from the last time he was in court, not multimillionaire prop this time. He was very reserved.
He joined his manager Conor, Audie Attar .