(AllHipHop News) Brooklyn rapper Foxy Brown is due in court today (September 7th), where she will be formally arraigned on charges that she violated a protection order against her Brooklyn neighbor. The rapper is expected to appear in Brooklyn Criminal Court, where she will be charged with criminal contempt, for allegedly violating a protection order filed by Arlene Raymond. Foxy Brown was serving probation, after pleading guilty in 2008 to assaulting Raymond with a Blackberry during a dispute in their Prospect Heights, Brooklyn neighborhood in 2007. The rapper, born Inga Marchand, was also ordered to have no contact with Raymond. Brown allegedly violated the Judge’s decree when she called Raymond a “b**ch” and allegedly mooned her during their latest squabble, which occurred in July of 2010. The following week, Foxy Brown also allegedly became involved in a physical altercation with her manager Bernadette Brennan, in the lobby of a Manhattan high-rise. In August, Foxy was called to testify before a grand jury for nearly three-hours, in regards to the incidents, in which she denied the allegations. Foxy is expected to be released today immediately following the hearing, because she already paid the $5,000 bail after her initial arrest. If she is found guilty, Foxy Brown coulees be sent to prison for a year.