The brat went with "I didn't mean to" and they bought it, because they'd prefer to buy it for now. Gragson's volatility is good for the show, for now.
I'm amused that Scott Miller is basically acting as Gragson's publicist here.
There have been others before him that were just as toxic in their behavior. Usually the only way to continue to get away with it is to be a transcendent talent. I don't believe Gragson is at that level, but I could be wrong. To grow up, he'll need to be held accountable at some point.
maybe they will give him pit box backing lessons while looking into the sun, and he can't turn his head to look back.