NEW YORK, Sept. 10 (UPI) -- A grand jury in New York has declined to indict rapper Foxy Brown on three misdemeanor and two felony counts related to an altercation with a neighbor.
The New York Post said she was, however, hit with one misdemeanor charge of violating a protection order. Because the grand jury decided not to charge her with the other offenses, Brown isn't expected to face jail time if convicted of the misdemeanor.
"I always knew I was innocent," the Post quoted Brown as saying outside court this week. "And this is all about jealousy."
The charge stems from an argument Brown had in July with her neighbor Arlene Raymond in Brooklyn.
Raymond accused Brown of hitting her with her BlackBerry mobile device in 2007 and subsequently requested an order of protection against her.
The women had another run-in this summer when Raymond apparently looked at Brown while she was rehearsing at their apartment building, allegedly causing Brown to yell expletives at Raymond, then lift up her skirt and flash Raymond, prompting her to call police.