Foxy Brown pleads guilty to menacing neighbour

Rapper avoids serving more jail time

Foxy Brown pleads guilty to menacing neighbour
Foxy Brown has pleaded guilty to menacing her neighbour with her mobile phone.

The rapper and her neighbour Arlene Raymond got into a fight in their Brooklyn neighbourhood last year when Brown was blasting her car stereo and her neighbour reportedly became annoyed.

Brown will not have to go to jail based on time already served. But as part of the plea deal, she was instructed to write a letter of apology to her neighbour, which she presented to Justice John Walsh in a Brooklyn court yesterday (May 8), reports the Associated Press.

The judge extended Raymond's order of protection against Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand.

Brown was released from jail last month after serving a seven-month sentence related to a fight she had with a manicurist, as previously reported.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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