Foxy Brown To Sue New York City For $100 Million
UPDATE #2: After getting off the hook in her mooning case, Fox Boogs plans to fire back for malicious treatment.
Foxy Brown was reprimanded by a Brooklyn, New York judge yesterday for arriving two hours late to court, threatening her with jail time if she’s late again.
Boogs, who was in court for mooning her neighbor and defying an outstanding order of protection, blamed her lawyer Salvatore Srazzullo for her tardiness after he sent an aide to court instead of appearing herself. “This is b-------. I'm always here on time," she said. "This is why I'm peeved."
Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice John Walsh scolded her by stating, “Don't put me in a position when I'm going to remand you to make sure you're here at 9:30. [...] Court starts at 9:30, not when you roll in."
The trial will now begin on July 12th.
UPDATE: After appearing in court this morning, Foxy Brown is off the hook in the case of mooning her neighbor. According to NY Post, Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice John Walsh dismissed the misdemeanor contempt of court charge after the accuser, Arlene Raymond, refused to testify.
"She wanted this matter behind her. She wanted to drop the charges," said Assistant DA Robert Isdith.
Foxy commented on the matter outside of court, explaining, "It's a scary thing when someone want to be you and have your life."
UPDATE #2: Foxy Brown is planning on suing New York City, New York after claiming to have received “malicious” treatment by the city. According to the NY Post, Boogs’ lawyer Salvatore Strazzullo revealed that he plans on filing a claim against “the ADA’s office” for $100 million.
“With school budgets cut, they had the audacity" to file charges, he said. "Do we want our tax dollars going for this?"