Foxy Brown Sentenced to 76 Days in Solitary Confinement
As of last week (October 16), incarcerated rapper Foxy Brown has been locked away from the general population after committing three violations while serving her year-long parole violation sentence on Rikers Island, according to the NY Post. The first incident reportedly occurred on October 3, when Foxy and another female inmate started shoving each other while on the way to the dining hall. The next day, Foxy refused to take a random drug test and also became verbally abusive towards a corrections officer. In response to these three incidents, the Department of Justice sentenced the Brooklyn rapper to 76 days in solitary confinement. For only one hour each day, she is still allowed to meet with her lawyer and visitors, as well as go to the library or recreation area. The Post also reports that Foxy could face other disciplinary charges when her refusal to board a bus to a court date is reviewed.