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Brown is furious and wants to take legal action against bloggers whom she claims spreading false reports about her badmouthing Jay-Z in a baby shower.
Describing Foxy Brown's action as 'self-destructive behavior,' Bernadette Brennan says, 'I hope she gets the help she needs. I was one of the few people in her corner.'
Bernadette Brennan led people to believe that the rapper was going to release a single on New Year Day, prompting Brown to take a legal action.
She left her fans disappointed when she pulled at the last minute at a Christmas Eve concert in Brooklyn, New York.
The rapper's lawyer Salvatore Strazullo refused to accept the plea deal and the new trial has been set for February 7.
Marisa Miller was left red faced when her assets were exposed in front of football spectators, Lady GaGa landed on her face after falling from her platform shoes while Miley Cyrus appeared braless.
'Foxy was disappointed that the deposit and rider requirements were not met, that was all,' a spokesperson for the female rapper says.
The troubled rapper might stay in prison if she is convicted of criminal contempt following an altercation with her New York neighbor, Arlene Raymond, in July.
Turning out, Foxy Brown is not the only one in her family with legal woes as her brother Gavin 'Pretty Boy' Marchand may spend his time behind bars for possessing forged credit cards.
The rapper who was arrested for harassment last month said through her lawyer that the arguments were simply heated exchange between friends.
The 30-year-old musician claims she never hit anyone and her lawyer supports her statement, saying 'Foxy was not the aggressor, it was just a spat between a manager and a client.'
Instead of being dropped by Bruce Barrin Associates, the rapper decided to switch to a 'high power attorney'.
The star, who recently landed trouble in law for allegedly violating an order of protection against her neighbor, accidentally showed off her undies when singing at B.B. King Bar & Grill.
During an arraignment in Brooklyn Supreme Court on July 22, the 'Candy' singer pleaded not guilty for allegedly violating an order of protection and was released on 5,000 dollars bail.
The rapper is now hold on 5,000 dollars bail after accused of violating a protection order banning her from approaching her neighbor on July 21.