Foxy Brown Pleads Guilty To Assault Charges

Two weeks after receiving probation in Florida, rapper Foxy Brown plead guilty Thursday (May 8) to misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2007 assault in New York.

Two weeks after receiving probation in Florida, rapper Foxy Brown plead
guilty Thursday (May 8) to misdemeanor charges stemming from a 2007 assault in New York.

Last July, Brown, born Inga Marchand, struck her neighbor with a Blackberry, according to the New York Post.

Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge John Walsh sentenced the MC to time already served, an order of protection and a letter of apology to her victim.

On April 25, Brown also plead no contest in a case stemming from misdemeanor assault charges in Florida. The MC was sentenced to six months probation, 15 hours of community service, court fees and fines, an anger management course and a letter of apology.

Brown was released from New York's Rikers Island prison on April 18 after
serving eight months for a parole violation.

A representative for Brown was unavailable for comment at press time.