Legal proceedings involving Olympic snowboard champion Shaun White's hotel outburst have been delayed.
White apologized following the Sept. 16 incident at a Nashville hotel, saying he made some "unwise choices" and got "carried away" after police accused him of pulling a hotel fire alarm that forced guests to evacuate.
White was charged with public intoxication and vandalism and was due in court Oct. 10, but a judge delayed the case Wednesday until Nov. 20.
The 26-year-old snowboard star said on his Facebook page that he was "celebrating a happy occasion with a ton of family and friends and got carried away."
Police responded to the Loews Vanderbilt Hotel at 2 a.m. A drunken man identified as White had pulled the fire alarm, forcing an evacuation, police added. An employee also reported seeing White destroy a hotel phone.
White was given the opportunity to sign misdemeanor citations and refused, police said.
White was treated at a nearby hospital and released before he was arrested and booked. A mug shot shows White with a black eye.
The two-time Olympic gold-medalist is from Carlsbad and was once nicknamed "the Flying Tomato."
He's also a multimillionaire with a clothing line, signature video game, skateboards, BMX bikes and other equipment.