Warne, 43, was fined $4500 and suspended for a match after he was found guiilty of man-handling Samuels and for obscene language during an explosive Big Bash League clash on Sunday night.
An angry Warne considered an appeal on his ban when he expressed public disapproval at the severity of his penalty.
He elected not to lodge an appeal late on Monday.
"I am very conscious of the image of the game and I'm disappointed in some of my actions last night," Warne said as he departed Monday's hearing of his charges.
"But, also I'm pretty disappointed with the severity of the penalties too.
"I think that was pretty harsh.
"But we'll keep you updated through the course of the (Monday) day."
Warne was barred from his last BBL qualifying match against bottom side Sydney Thunder at the MCG on Tuesday night.
The champion leg-spinner was suspended for grabbing Samuels by his jumper during a series of heated altercations when Warne's Melbourne Stars clashed with the Melbourne Renegades at the MCG.
Warne was also hit with $3000 fine for inappropriate contact with an opponent in his one-game penalty and another $1000 for using obscene or threatening language.
He was fined $500 for a serious act of dissent toward an umppire's decision.
Warne was cleared of a charge of deliberately throwing the ball at Samuels, which prompted the Windies ace to throw his bat at the Australian great.
Samuels has been hit with two charges of misconduct, but his hearing has been delayed until the Windies all-rounder has recovered from a serious facial injury he copped in a separate incident in Sunday's ugly clash.
Samuels will answer charges of “unbecoming behaviour” and with making “inappropriate and deliberate physical contact” from an incident when he appeared to grab Stars batsman David Hussey and prevented him making a second run.
Warne's Stars teammate Cameron White was fined $1000 for dissent toward an umpire's decision.