McGregor will re-appear in court next month after he gatecrashed the UFC 223 media day in April.
Moments after arriving on the scene, McGregor and his posse learned that Khabib Nurmagomedov was on a bus about to leave the arena and swarmed it.
During the melee, a fired-up McGregor threw a dolly through one of the bus’ windows, an act which resulted in Michael Chiesa and Ray Borg suffering facial and eye injuries respectively.
McGregor appeared in court earlier this month for a hearing and will return in July.
And Holloway, who lost to McGregor in 2013, has wished the Notorious the best.
“Conor’s got some serious stuff going on and I wish nothing but the best for the guy,” Holloway told TMZ.
“I feel bad for the guy right now with his legal issues and I hope everything goes good for him.
“As a family man to a family man, I hope everything turns out good for him.”
Despite his court case, Conor McGregor looks set to return to the Octagon in the future.
McGregor, 29, hasn’t set foot inside the Octagon since claiming the lightweight title 19 months ago at UFC 205.
The Irishman’s lengthy hiatus from the mixed martial arts world looks set to end later this year as a bout with his successor at the summit of the lightweight division, Nurmagomedov, is currently in the works.
It’s reported that the two could clash before the end of the year.