(AllHipHop News) A pair of altercations involving rapper Foxy Brown were the subject of a grand jury hearing today (August 11th) in New York. According to the New York Post, Foxy Brown testified in front of a grand jury in Brooklyn Supreme Court this morning. Sources stated that the grand jury was questioning Brown about two incidents last month involving her Brooklyn neighbor and her manager. Foxy Brown, born Inga Marchand, is expected to deny allegations that she violated a restraining order filed by Arlene Raymond, her neighbor in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. A court ordered Brown to stay away from Raymond, after she was convicted of striking the woman with her Blackberry during a 2007 argument in the same neighborhood. In their most recent dust-up, Foxy Brown is accused of shouting profanities at Raymond and mooning her during the argument on July 21st. Just a week later, Foxy Brown was allegedly involved in a massive brawl in a luxury high-rise in Manhattan on July 29th. Reports stated that Foxy Brown lashed out at her manager, Bernadette Brennan, in a brawl that took more than 10 people to quell. Foxy Brown left the scene before police arrived and no charges were ever filed in connection with the fracas. "An argument started because my manager had booked us for two interviews but only gave us 20 minutes' notice for hair and make-up," Foxy Brown told The New York Post. "My manager was yelling and screaming at my friend. It was a heated exchange between three friends. I never hit anyone."Foxy Brown, 30, pleaded not guilty to one felony count of criminal contempt of court for violating an order of protection."