Mixed martial arts fighter Conor McGregor has been remanded on continuing bail pending possible "further charges" in his dangerous driving prosecution in Dublin.
The 33-year-old is accused of dangerous driving at two locations in the city on 22 March.
Mr McGregor, with an address at Ladycastle, Straffan, Co Kildare, was charged with two counts of dangerous driving at the N4/M50 interchange in Palmerstown and the Lucan Road.
The UFC star had been travelling in his Bentley Continental GT when he was stopped by gardaí.
He is also accused of being uninsured, having no licence, and failing to produce his documents within ten days.
There was a brief court hearing in April where he was given an 11-week adjournment after his solicitor Michael Staines confirmed he showed the arresting garda a copy of his client's insurance and licence.
Mr McGregor returned to Blanchardstown District Court this morning. Wearing a three-piece dark navy suit, he arrived in a Rolls Royce.
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Garda Sergeant Walter Sweeney told Judge David McHugh: "This matter, the file is with the DPP for consideration."
He asked the judge to adjourn the case "for consideration of further charges".
Mr Staines told Judge McHugh he had discussed the matter with Mr McGregor and he consented.
He has not yet indicated a plea.
Judge McHugh remanded Mr McGregor to appear in court again on 8 September for the DPP's directions.