High-Stakes Foxy Brown ‘Mooning’ Trial Dismissed


About a year ago, fading hip-hop star Foxy Brown (is she famous for anything except getting in fights anymore?) was accused of mooning her neighbor Arlene Raymond, in violation of an order of protection. The two have long-standing beef, which has even landed Brown in jail at one point. And now a judge has tossed the mooning "charge" after Raymond refused to testify. But never fear, Brown's defense team had a plan just in case it went to trial.

From the Post:

Outside the courthouse, 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," Strazzullo said. Raymond had said that Brown removed her panties when she mooned her. Brown, who was wearing a silver dress, heels and a Channel bag, said her accuser was simply jealous of her.

Better be careful, Foxy. If anything's going to get a woman to come back and testify, it's pulling the "you're just jealous" maneuver. Meanwhile, when the Post asked Foxy if she was wearing any underwear for her court appearance, she just replied: "No comment."

Brooklyn judge drops charge against Foxy Brown in mooning case [NYP via VV]