Conor McGregor had his arraignment hearing on Friday following his attack at UFC 223’s media day.

The courts set bail at $50,000 at the arraignment for his charges of misdemeanor assault and felony criminal mischief.

According to reports, McGregor’s passport will not be seized, and he will be allowed to fly back to Ireland while he awaits the courts to set a date.

Also charged with assault and criminal mischief was Cian Cowley, a member of McGregor's team. His bail was set at $25,000.

Approximately 20 members of McGregor's camp were involved in the incident at the Barclays Center on Thursday that took place at the conclusion of media day for UFC 223. They were seen throwing chairs and other equipment at a tour bus that was transporting competing fighters and their teams to their hotel.

Lightweight Michael Chiesa suffered lacerations from a broken bus window, causing him to be pulled from Saturday's card.

Ray Borg was also pulled from the card after experiencing eye issues due to the broken glass.

Artem Lobov, a friend of McGregor who was involved in the disturbance, was pulled from his fight against Alex Caceres, leaving Caceres without an opponent.