Foxy Brown Accused Of Stealing Belts, Irate Behavior In Brooklyn

The

owner of a New York boutique filed a complaint against Foxy Brown, alleging the

rapper stole two expensive belts worth $400 last Thursday (Aug. 24). Brown,

who was a longtime client of upscale boutique Limpasse, allegedly went into a

rage as she was picking up lingerie she left for alterations that had not been

finished. A

surveillance camera captured Foxy Brown upset, cursing at the clerk and waving

her arms wildly. According to the New York Post, the rapper allegedly haggled

over the price of a gold rhinestone belt. She then put the belt in her bag and

grabbed another one without paying. Limpasse’s

owner Tony Khayat said that Brown had displayed "diva behavior" in previous

encounters, but had never seen the rapper go to such an extreme.Earlier

that evening Brown allegedly almost attacked a 17-year-old family friend in Brooklyn.

"She drove the car really close to me," Sheena Parker told the New

York Post. "I was really surprised and said, ‘Hey! What are you doing?’

Brown

then allegedly got out of the car, shouting and running toward Parker before allegedly

threatening the girl. Brown was allegedly dissuaded when irate motorists convinced

Brown to drive away. On

Wednesday (Aug. 23), Brown skipped a court date in Jersey City Municipal Court

to respond to charges filed by a former assistant. Rasheeda

Ellis accuses the Brown of terrorist threats, harassment and verbal abuse, after

she attempted to collect back bay from the rapper.A

new court date of Sept. 26 has been set in that case. On Monday (Aug. 28), Brown

will stand trial for for allegedly assaulting employees in a Manhattan nail salon

last August.

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