Foxy Brown appeared in court today in front of a grand jury to sort out her legal drama involving her Brooklyn neighbor and longtime manager, according to the New York Post.

The infraction filed by Arlene Raymond states that Foxy Brown -- real name Inga Marchand -- violated a restraining order handed down by the courts, stemming from a 2007 incident in which Foxy struck Raymond with her Blackberry. Raymond claims Brown shouted profanities at her during an argument outside their respective Brownstones in Brooklyn Heights on July 21. Obviously, this alleged disagreement violates terms of of restraining order. The rapper pleaded not guilty to one felony count of criminal contempt of court for violating an order of protection.

The femcee, who served a year in jail for her bad behavior and temper, hopes to put this latest dust up behind her. "Today was about telling the truth and my focus was on trying to be exonerated," she said in court.

Unfortunately for Foxy, the events that took place a week after the alleged fight with her neighbor paint another picture. Just eight days after being arrested for violating the protective order, Brown reportedly lashed out at her manager Bernadette Brennan. What followed was an alleged brawl that took more then ten people to break up.

"An argument started because my manager had booked us for two interviews but only gave us 20 minutes' notice for hair and make-up," Foxy explained to the New York Post when news of the brawl spread. "My manager was yelling and screaming at my friend. It was a heated exchange between three friends. I never hit anyone." Foxy Brown left the scene before police arrived and no charges were filled for that accident.