THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTION is looking at the possibility of increasing Conor McGregor's charges against him in his dangerous driving case.
This would mean that the former two-time weight UFC Champion would be set for another court date as a result.
The 33-year UFC star arrived at Blanchardstown District Court this Thursday morning
Judge David McHugh was told that the file is currently with the DPP for consideration of further charges.
The alleged offences date back to March 22, when McGregor was stopped and arrested by gardai on the N4/M50 interchange in Palmerstown and on the Lucan Road. The UFC star was driving his 191 Bentley Continental GT.
McGregor last appeared in court on April 7.
He was charged with two counts of dangerous driving. He was later hit with four further charges, which included driving without a licence and insurance as well as failing to produce a licence and insurance within 10 days of the alleged incident.
The case is adjourned until Thursday September 8 at 10.30am at the same court.
According to reports McGregor made no comment to the media on his way in or out of the court.