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Rapper Foxy Brown Let Out of Punitive Segregation for Good Behavior

November 27, 2007 02:35:07 GMT

Rapper Foxy Brown has been moved out of punitive segregation for good behavior, it has been reported.


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Foxy Brown is a prisoner no more. The rapper has been let out of "punitive segregation" early for "good behavior."

Brown has been in jail since August 22nd for violating her probation multiple times. She was later on placed in solitary confinement late last month after being disciplined for a scuffle, verbal assault toward prison officials and her refusal to take a drug test.

As reported by TMZ.com Brown, who was supposed to spend 76 days in the unit, was one of four female inmates given early release among the 20-plus in the unit. She thus only did 40 days in total. Still according to TMZ.com, she received neither celebrity nor holiday treatment.

During her stay in jail, Brown had made use her time launching a new site, called FreeFoxyBrown.com, which she claimed to keep herself in touch with her fans from behind bars. The site features up-to-the-minute updates on the rapper who is said to have personally involved in creating its content.

As of her latest album, "Brooklyn's Don Diva," it has been pushed back from November 20th to February 5th release date.

© AceShowbiz.com




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