Foxy Brown Arrested in Brooklyn; Allegedly Violated Order of Protection

Foxy Brown Arrested in Brooklyn
Foxy Brown File (AP Photo / Louis Lanzano)

NEW YORK (CBS/AP/WCBS) Rapper Foxy Brown is in trouble with the law...again.

Police say the Brooklyn native was arrested in Prospect Heights Wednesday for violating an order of protection.

She reportedly got into an argument with her neighbor, who has a restraining order against her.

Brown has a history of legal problems. In 2004, she attacked two manicurists.

Three years later, she served seven months in jail for violating her probation from that confrontation.

Brown pleaded guilty in 2008 to menacing a neighbor with her cell phone. The rapper and neighbor Arlene Raymond got into a fight in July 2007 over Brown blasting her car stereo outside their building.

Brown's real name is Inga Marchand.


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