Warne, 43, faces an unprecedented four misconduct charges after an ugly series of clahes with West Indies and Melbourne Renegades all-rounder Marlon Samuels on Sunday night.
Warne has been charged with "throwing the ball at another player" as well as foul language and brining the game into disrepute allegations.
Virtually the face of this summer's Big Bash League, Warne told Fox Sports immediately after his internationally televised confrontation with Samuels that it was "heat of the moment stuff."
He claimed his undearm throw at Samuel that struck the batsman in the arm, was "accidental".
Warne declared he was attempting to throw the ball back to wicketkeeper Rob Quiney.
He said it was not deliberately hurled at Samuel.
The Windies and Renegades all-rounder hurled his bat toward Warne in the unsavoury altercation.
"I tried to run in there and tried to throw the ball to Rob Quiney and the next minute I'm trying to get out of the way of a bat," Warne explained.
"It's all sort of stuff in the heat of the moment.
"It's just the way it goes. I hope he's OK."
Warne and Samuels, who faces two charges including making contact with an opponent, will confront a Cricket Australia judicial hearing.
The hearing for Warne is urgent with the Stars skipper scheduled to lead his side in their final qualifying match of the Big Bash series back at the MCG against Sydney Thunder on Tuesday night.