E! News reported McCollough has subsequently accepted the "24" star's mea culpa.
"I am sorry about what happened that night and sincerely regret that Mr. McCollough was injured," Sutherland said in a joint statement with the designer.
"I appreciate Mr. Sutherland's statement and wish him well," McCollough responded.
Sutherland, who was charged with misdemeanor assault after the alleged incident, is due in a Manhattan court June 22 to answer the charge.
He is accused of head-butting McCollough after the two exchanged words at a party.
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