Charges Against Foxy Brown Dismissed
Looks like Foxy Brown, born September 6, got an early birthday present. This past Tuesday the Brooklyn rapper appeared in court and had most of the charges filed against her—stemming from a July incident in which she got into an altercation with her neighbor, Arlene Raymond, and reportedly mooned her—tossed out.
According to New York Daily News, it took a less than two minutes in court for Fox to learn that the grand jury opted not to indict her on either felony charge, nor on three out of the four misdemeanors she was facing. But the Don Diva didn't get off completely Scott free, as she was indicted for violating the court order that barred her from contacting Raymond. If convicted on that charge, Fox would likely avoid jail time but be sentenced to community service.
“I'm so happy, I'm just very happy,” Fox professed after hearing the news. “Never once did I worry about this.”
Raymond had previously filed a restraining order against the MC. Foxy was facing seven years as a result of the altercation. —Adam Fleischer