"No ... no", White said.
The 29-year-old, nicknamed "The Notorious", was filmed lobbing a dolly through a window of the bus in a NY stadium at the end of a media event on Thursday. The bus was moving slowly through the Brooklyn stadium parking lot at the time.
McGregor was due to be transferred to the criminal court later for an arraignment hearing, Jones said. According to Business Insider, both fighters had scheduled bouts at UFC 223, and they have both been canceled.
Lightweight Michael Chiesa (14-3) has been pulled from a scheduled bout against Anthony Pettis because of facial lacerations.
He spoke only to acknowledge that he understood the conditions of his release, saying, "Yes, your honor".
White also claims that McGregor and company injured a security guard who happened to be working the event.
"He's the most visible face on the planet".
Just spoke to McGregor's bail bondsman.
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Conor McGregor must still be reeling from that huge L he took at the hands of Floyd Mayweather previous year because he was in Brooklyn acting like he's got nothing left to lose. There are rampant rumors White will fire McGregor over this incident.
White, meanwhile, called the incident the most despicable thing in UFC history, according to ESPN's Okamoto. But he did not apologize for the incident as a whole, White said, because he believed they were necessary. "I mean, this is embarrassing for the sport and obviously for the UFC". After spending the night in custody, McGregor was hit with a bevy of charges, including a felony mischief charge and a misdemeanor assault charge.
He has been charged with three counts of assault and criminal mischief and was making an appearance in a Brooklyn court Friday morning after being escorted there in handcuffs by detectives.
"This was a real bad career move for him", White said.
McGregor, who was stripped of his UFC lightweight title on Thursday, gatecrashed the UFC 223 media day, sparking chaotic scenes.
UFC superstar Conor McGregor may have legitimately cemented himself as the notorious one.
Late Thursday evening, McGregor turned himself over to NY authorities for his role in the melee that sent two fighters to the hospital and cancelled three planned fights for Saturday's UFC 223 event.
McGregor reacted angrily to the decision on social media.
McGregor profanely responded on Twitter and wrote, "You'll strip me of nothing".