Foxy Brown Indicted for Violating Protective Order
Foxy Brown might want to consider moving. The legally embattled rapper has been indicted on charges of violating an order of protection stemming from a 2007 confrontation with her neighbor outside her Brooklyn brownstone. An order of protection was later issued when Brown pleaded guilty to a menacing charge in 2008.
According to prosecutors, Brown violated the order on July 21 when she and neighbor Arlene Raymond engaged in a staring match that reportedly ended with the rapper bending over and baring her buttocks after shouting a few expletives.
The femcee — real name Inga Marchand — was charged with criminal contempt in the second degree on Friday. If found guilty, Brown could end up back in jail.