Foxy Brown was all set to tell a Brooklyn judge there was no way her neighbor saw her drop drawls … because she wasn’t wearing any — but she was spared the opportunity since the Brooklyn judge hearing the case decided to drop the charge against her.
Brown, 31, whose real name is Inga Marchand, was facing prosecution for allegedly violating an order of protection last year by mooning a neighbor with whom she had been feuding.
Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice John Walsh dismissed the misdemeanor contempt-of-court charge against Brown after prosecutors revealed that her accuser, Arlene Raymond, refused to testify.
“She wanted this matter behind her. She wanted to drop the charges,” Assistant DA Robert Isdith said before asking the judge to toss the rap against Brown.
The hip-hop star had pleaded not guilty.
It turns out Raymond had already won a civil case against Brown by default, since the music star never bothered to respond to the lawsuit.
On May 19, Judge Kathy King made the default judgment against Brown and set an inquest date of July 21. That suit accused Brown of inflicting emotional distress, slander, and outrageous conduct.
Outside court, Brown’s lawyer, Salvatore Strazzullo, said he was prepared to use the “underwear defense” had the case gone to trial.
“On the day [of the alleged mooning incident], she was not wearing any underwear,” he said.
Raymond had said that Brown removed her panties when she mooned her.
Brown, who was wearing a silver dress and heels, and toting a Chanel bag, said her accuser was simply jealous of her.
“It’s a scary thing when someone wants to be you and have your life,” she said.
Asked if she was wearing any panties to the hearing, Brown grinned, “To court? No comment.”
Foxy and her accuser got into an argument after Brown blasted her car radio outside their Prospect Heights building.
Last year, Brown was indicted on the misdemeanor charge, but a grand jury declined to indict her on three other misdemeanor and two felony counts.
SMH… Nasty broad!