Both sides agree not to have contact with each other.

Foxy Brown reluctantly appeared in Municipal Court in Jersey City, N.J., yesterday (Sept. 26) as a former associate dropped two charges against the rapper, including making terroristic threats.

Brown's accuser, Rasheeda Ellis, dropped the complaints in return for both sides agreeing not to have contact with each other and for some unspecified items to be returned to Ellis, who formerly worked as a consultant with Brown's management company.

They also agreed not to discuss the case in the media, keeping unclear details of any incidents that might have precipitated the complaints.

Late last month, Brown pled guilty to misdemeanor assault charges stemming from a fight with salon workers over a manicure. The plea deal, which spares her jail time, requires her to serve three years probation and take anger management classes.

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