Foxy Brown Pleads Guilty To Probation Violation

 Foxy Brown pleaded guilty to a probation violation in Manhattan Criminal Court today (March 1) for leaving New York without permission two weeks ago.

Foxy's trip outside New York become public knowledge when she was arrested in Florida on (February 15) at the Queen Beauty Supply shop for allegedly throwing hair glue at a store employee who asked her to leave because the business was closing. The Brooklyn bred rapper was also accused of spitting on the store employee and struggling with an officer who wanted to question her about the incident.

According to the Associated Press, Brown, who was charged with battery and obstruction of justice, was given one more chance by Judge Melissa Jackson on Thursday.

Brown's sentence will continue the six months probation she is already serving. But Jackson warned that if there are any other probation infractions, "I'm reserving the right to resentence you to jail for one year."

Brown (born Ingra Marchand) held an impromptu press conference on Monday (February 26) to clear her name. She claimed she had been "vilified in the media" and she was a "victim of an overzealous police department."

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