Judge Melissa Jackson remanded Brown to the custody of the state earlier today. The Brooklyn bred rapper will remain detained until her next hearing on September 7th. Brown (born Inga Marchand) was booked at the Manhattan criminal court but where she will serve time is currently unknown.
Brown, who was on probation for assaulting two manicurists in Manhattan’s Bloomie Nails in 2004, was warned by judge Jackson in March that if she got into any trouble with the law, she would be sent to jail for a year.
Last week, the New York City department of probation filed a violation report against Brown after she was charged with assault for hitting her Brooklyn neighbor with her cell phone. A day after, Brown would be arrested for giving police false information after traffic stop. Another legal issue which worked against Brown was her failure to cooperate with authorities in June after she was attacked and robbed by three women.
Foxy Brown is also facing charges of battery and obstruction of justice for allegedly spitting and throwing hair glue at a Florida beauty store employee in February. She reportedly also struggled with an arresting police officer.
In related news, Brown recently revealed that she is pregnant with her first child and has plans to marry soon. She was also planning to release a street album titled Brooklyn’s Don Diva via her Black Rose Entertainment, distributed through Koch, in December.