It is understood he is negotiating a plea deal
Irish MMA fighter Conor McGregor says he regrets actions that led to his latest US court appearance.
The 29-year-old is facing three counts of assault and one count of criminal mischief over an alleged attack on a UFC bus.
He is accused of throwing a metal dolly cart through the window of the bus, carrying contestants during a media event, in April.
McGregor is also accused of throwing a punch at "security detail."
The MMA star could face between seven and 11 years in prison if he fights the charges and loses.
It is understood he is negotiating a plea deal with prosecutors - and is due back in court on July 26th.
McGregor spoke to the media, after a very brief court appearance in Brooklyn on Thursday.
Fellow Dublin fighter Cian Cowley was also charged and bailed in relation to the same case.
On Tuesday, McGregor tweeted a photo of himself and Cian in front of a jet before their flight to NYC.
McGregor has not fought in the UFC in 20 months and has been stripped of both his lightweight and featherweight titles.
Additional reporting: Jack Quann