Foxy Brown’s legal problems involving her neighbor, Arlene Raymond, are not over. In fact, they’ve only just begun. The Brooklyn rapstress was indicted last Friday (August 13) for violating an order of protection that Raymond filed against her.

According to the Associated Press, Fox Boogie was charged with criminal contempt in the second degree and could face up to one year in jail if convicted of the crime.

As previously reported, the former Def Jam MC was cuffed on July 21, after getting into a verbal dispute and allegedly exposing her buttocks at Raymond. She was quickly released after posting bond.

Raymond was granted a restraining order against Foxy in 2008, following the rapper’s guilty plea in a 2007 assault case against her.

Neither Foxy nor her lawyer have yet to comment on the indictment. —Elan Mancini