Foxy Brown's legal case in which she was accused of mooning a neighbour has been dismissed.
Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice John Walsh dropped the charge against the rapper, whose real name is Inga Marchand, after violating an order of protection for the neighbour that Foxy had been feuding with.
The 31-year-old was pictured celebrating in court yesterday as the verdict was announced. The neighbour, who made the complaint, Arlene Raymond, refused to testify at the case leading to the dismissal of the misdemeanor contempt-of-court charge.
Foxy was pictured with her lawyer Ikiesha Al-Shabazz looking pleased that the case had been dropped.
If the case had gone to trial, Brown's lawyer has insisted that he would be prepared to bring the "underwear defense" to light, as Raymond had claimed that Foxy had taken off her panties to moon her. But the rapper's lawyer Salvatore Strazzullo had claimed that she wasn't wearing any, reports the New York Post.
He said: "On the day [of the alleged mooning incident], she was not wearing any underwear."