Foxy Brown Pleads Not Guilty to Assault Charges, Avoids Arrest
After missing a March 22 court date and having a warrant issued for her arrest, Foxy Brown finally appeared in a Broward County courtroom today to answer to charges of simple battery and resisting arrest. According to the Associated Press, Foxy pleaded not guilty to the charges that she incurred during a February 15 incident at a Pembroke Pines, FL beauty supply store. Judge Joel Lazarus also withdrew the arrest warrant he issued after the rapper missed her arraignment last week. Foxy’s attorney explained to the judge that his client now lives in Brooklyn, but the arraignment notice was mailed to an old address in New Jersey. After the hearing, Foxy told announced to reporters outside the courthouse, "I am going to stand up and fight and take care of this." Earlier this month, the Brooklyn native pleaded guilty to a probation violation that she received for leaving New York State without permission.