NEW YORK, July 28 (UPI) -- A New York judge has denied rapper Foxy Brown's request for a restraining order against a neighbor who has an order of protection against her.
Brown was arrested last week for allegedly violating the restraining order Arlene Raymond brought against her three years ago after she assaulted Raymond with a BlackBerry device.
The hip-hop artist is most recently accused of screaming expletives at Raymond, as well as flashing her buttocks at her.
Brown went to court in Brooklyn this week to ask for a restraining order against Raymond, the New York Post said.
Brown's bid was swiftly denied, with Judge Geraldine Pickett telling the rapper, "Walk the other direction," the Post said.