Foxy Brown Sentenced To Solitary Confinement on Rikers

Imprisoned rapper Foxy Brown has been sentenced to 76 days in solitary confinement on Rikers Island over several infractions, including an altercation with another inmate.

According to The New York Post, Foxy Brown was removed from the general population of the prison and placed in a segregated cell, after she committed three violations this month in the jail.

On October 3, Foxy Brown and another female prisoner became involved in a shoving as they headed to a dining hall.

The following day, Brown, born Inga Marchand, was allegedly verbally abusive towards correction officers and she refused to submit to a random drug test.

On October 12, Brown allegedly refused to board a bus three times to attend a scheduled arraignment in Brooklyn Court.

Brown spends up to 23 hours a day locked in her cell and is allowed an hour of personal time each day.

A judge sentenced Foxy Brown to a year in prison in September, after the Brooklyn rapper violated her probation when she assaulted her neighbor with a Blackberry during an argument in July.