Mooning Charges Against Foxy Brown Dropped

Mooning Charges Against Foxy Brown Dropped

The rapper was accused of violating a protective order filed by her neighbor.

Published July 12, 2011

Looks like Foxy Brown's rear is in the clear. New York State Supreme Court Justice John Walsh dropped charges that Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, mooned her neighbor during an altercation. Arlene Raymond had previously filed a restraining order against the rapper after a 2007 confrontation supposedly led to Brown hitting Raymond in the face with her Blackberry.


Well claws came out again this summer when Raymond accused Brown of calling her a "dirty b---h" and dropping her panties to reveal her bare behind. The trial for the restraining order violation was scheduled to begin Tuesday in Brooklyn, but Raymond's refusal to testify led to the judge dismissing the charges altogether.


Brown's attorney plans to sue the city, police department and Brooklyn District attorney for wrongfully persecuting his client. Why does he think Raymond was lying about the mooning incident? Because "[Brown] wasn't wearing any underwear."

(Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

Written by Dorkys Ramos


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