Skip to comments.Foxy Brown Rejects Plea Offer (Rap Thug Assaults Two In Nail Salon)
Posted on 05/07/2005 4:09:22 PM PDT by MisterRepublican
Rap star Foxy Brown Friday turned down a plea offer of no-jail time for her alleged assault of two workers at a Chelsea nail salon last summer.
"I'll be exonerated," said Brown who was outside the courtroom in Manhattan Criminal Court decked out in Chanel sunglasses, Chanel bag, and a beaded Chanel belt. "I'm confident in the justice system."
"We're not interested in any disposition that includes her admitting to a crime she did not commit," her attorney, Joseph Tacopina, added.
Brown, 25, is accused of punching and kicking Myoung Yi and Sun Ji Song in and outside the Bloomie Nails salon on West 23rd Street after she got a pedicure August 27th but was refused a manicure because of the late hour, according to prosecutors.
Brown allegedly attacked Yi and Ji because they blocked the door after she refused to pay for the pedicure.
The rapper, whose real name is Inga Marchand, has claimed she was charged for both a manicure and a pedicure and got only one. "They didn't give me the manicure," she said earlier in the case.
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I wish we could have seen this on COPS
This former welfare beeyatch needs to be put in her place.
I wonder if Foxy screamed any anti-Asian epithets at Myoung Yi and Sun Ji Song.
Was she on welfare? Big deal. She isn't on it any more, and is making her own money.
This person is twisted. She doesn't deserve any recognition. Acting out her fantasy about being better than anyone else will catch up with her one of these days.
It caught up with Li'l Kim.
Only cause she slept her way around.
All involved parties ought to be ashamed of themselves.
It sounds as if we should give a call to our
"Undercover Brother"to take care of this problem
And you know this how?
Ah yes, the rich and famous.
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