Foxy Brown Plans $100 Million Dollar Lawsuit Against NYC

NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 1: Special guest singer Foxy Brown performs on the "Best of Both Worlds" tour, November 1, 2004 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The tour was originally a collaboration featuring Jay-Z and R. Kelly, but Kelly was removed from the tour after an incident on Friday, October 29, 2004. R. Kelly filed a 75 million USD lawsuit on November 2, 2004 against Jay-Z for breach of contract accusing his fellow recording artist of threatening behaviour and sabotaging the tour out of spite and jealousy.  (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

Foxy Brown Plans $100 Million Dollar Lawsuit Against NYC

Mooning incident led to "malicious treatment" of his client, her lawyer says.

Published July 14, 2011

Foxy Brown may be back in court again, but this time the Brooklyn MC will be on the plaintiff side of the room rather than the defendant. According to the NY Post, the rapper plans on suing the city for $100 million dollars, says her lawyer Salvatore Strazzullo.


Earlier this week, a judge threw out charges against Fox Boogie, whose real name is Inga Marchand, for allegedly mooning her neighbor. Brown's lawyer Salvatore Strazzullo says the charges were "malicious" and that the ADA's office should have never gone after his client. "Do we want our tax dollars going for this?" he said, in addition to saying the city had the audacity to file a suit against Foxy "with school budget cuts."


The case has yet to be filed, and a rep for the city's Corporation Counsel said they "have not seen any legal papers."


(Photo: Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)

Written by Kim Osorio


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