Foxy Brown Suing New York City For $100 Millon


A couple days after having a restraining order violation charge dropped against her, Foxy Brown is now seeking legal retribution of her own.

The restraining order was originally filed due to an earlier charge, initiated by Arlene Raymond, Foxy Brown’s neighbor, in 2007. Brown allegedly threw and hit Ms. Raymond with a Blackberry. The artist was arrested and released on $50,000 bail.

Now, the plaintiff, Raymond, claims Brown became very agitated towards her for staring in her direction. Brown proceeded to walk up to her and begin yelling. Ms. Raymond then claims that Brown “bent over and thrust her buttocks, and said, ‘kiss my ass’”. Brown’s manager on the other hand claims Brown was making her way to her car, when the neighbor initiated an altercation.

Regardless of what happened, the ‘mooning’ case was later dismissed when Ms. Raymond refused to testify. On July 12th, Justice John Walsh cleared Foxy Brown of the misdemeanor charge of violating an order of protection.

The legal battle may now switch sides, this time with Brown in the plaintiff’s seat. Her lawyer, Salvatore Strazullo, told the New York Post that his client, Brown, plans to sue the ADA, Assistant District Attorney’s office, for $100 million in damages.

Strazullo said the initial charges were “malicious”, and the ADA should never have gone after his client, Brown, in the first place. “Do we want our tax dollars going for this?” Strazullo commented.


Breaking News: DJ AM Found Dead In New York

Posted: Saturday – August 29, 2009

DJ Am, real name Adam Goldstein, was found dead in his New York City apartment today.

The popular disc jockey was discovered about 5:20 PM, according to

Goldstein’s friends reportedly became concerned when none of them had heard from him in several days. One went to check on him, but didn’t get him after going straight to the apartment room. The police broke into the apartment after the unnamed friend called them.

They found him unresponsive and determined that he was dead.

The last thing he said via his Twitter account was, “New york, new york. Big city of dreams, but everything in new york aint always what it seems.”

Almost a year ago in September 2008, DJ AM and Travis Barker survived a plane crash in South Carolina. Both men were badly burned and were the only ones that made it out alive.

Reports say that there were drug materials in the home and that it may have played a factor in his death. He was 36 years old.

More details will be released as they develop.


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