UFC star Conor McGregor has been charged with dangerous driving.
Appearing in Blanchardstown courthouse before 11am, McGregor was charged with six counts of road traffic offences.
Having been accused of two counts of dangerous driving last month, Conor McGregor was hit with four further charges at the court. He was also accused of driving without a licence and insurance, along with failing to supply a licence and insurance.
The Notorious sat quietly in the dock for the hearing, while his lawyer Michael Staines told the judge that his licence and insurance had been shown to the Gardaí.
The court were also told by the Gardaí Denis Lordan that Conor McGregor had made no reply to the four additional charges, before giving him a true copy of each charge sheet.
Asked for any comment upon leaving the court, McGregor said, "Just straight back into training my man, yeah".
He was remanded on bail and will appear before the same court on June 23.