Foxy Brown dodged a bullet in court earlier this week.

Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, was slated to begin a trial Tuesday (Jul 12) regarding a court order violation. She pleaded not guilty to criminal contempt and the charges against her were dropped after the woman who claims the rapper mooned her last year told prosecutors she didn’t want to pursue any charges.

“While the district attorney’s office has no doubt the defendant committed this crime, we have no other choice but to dismiss this case,” Assistant District Attorney Robert Isdith said.

“I was falsely arrested twice, slandered and defamed,” Foxy said outside court, as she gave a thumbs-up and smiled for cameras. She described Raymond as jealous, and someone with a “borderline obsession,” ”someone who wants to be you or have your life … that I worked really hard for,” she said.

Brown also told reporters outside the courthouse that she’s headed directly to the recording studio now that she’s free of the case. She says she has no plans to return to criminal court any time soon.

We’ll see.

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