Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown Sued By Book Publisher

Foxy Brown and Lil’ Kim may be out of prison – but they’re not out of trouble.

Publishers Simon & Schuster Inc. filed two lawsuits Thursday that claim the rappers were paid advances for books they have yet to turn in, the Associated Press reports.

Prior to being jailed in 2005 for lying about a shooting, Brown, 29, allegedly received $75,000 to write an autobiography called Broken Silence, due the following year.

Foxy Brown's Emotional Release from Prison

After eight months in prison – including 40 days in solitary confinement – rapper Foxy Brown was released Friday.

Brown, 29, left the Rose M. Singer facility at Rikers Island Correctional facility in New York at 12:05 p.m., and was greeted by a swarm of photographers and fans as she exited a white Rolls Royce Phantom on the Queens side of the Rikers Island bridge.

Judge Turns Deaf Ear to Foxy Brown's Medical Plea

A New York judge has turned down Foxy Brown’s plea to travel to California for a medical procedure.

Brown, 29 – who has been open about her past hearing loss had argued that her condition was worsening in jail and that her cochlear implant needed to be reprogrammed and repaired. The rapper, sentenced to a year in jail for violating her probation on assault charges, asked to get out of jail early in order to receive treatment at L.A.’s House Clinic.

Foxy Brown Released from Isolation

Foxy Brown is back in the general prison population at New York’s Rikers Island after serving 40 days in solitary confinement for violations that included shoving another inmate, according to reports.

Foxy Brown Isn't Pregnant, Says Her Manager

Foxy Brown’s newest creation will be an album – not a baby – the rapper’s manager said Wednesday.

Last month Brown told the New York Post while she was spotted shopping at Bed, Bath & Beyond, “I’m getting married in September. I’m pregnant.” The star’s lawyer also has said she is expecting.

But Brown’s manager, Chaz Williams, said on Wednesday that the rapper isn’t Pregnant, the Associated Press reports. “And to the pregnancy rumors, this is the official statement: She is not pregnant.”

Foxy Brown Sentenced to a Year in Jail

Rapper Foxy Brown has been sentenced to one year in jail after she was found guilty of violating her probation, reports.

Foxy Brown Is Sent to Jail

Foxy Brown has been ordered to jail for violating her probation, police said Thursday

Brown (real name: Inga Marchand), 27, was remanded to state custody and ordered to jail by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Melissa Jackson after two recent brushes with the law, the Associated Press reports. Brown has been ordered to remain jailed until a hearing on Sept. 5.

Last week, Brown surrendered to police on charges that she assaulted her Brooklyn neighbor with her BlackBerry device.

Foxy Brown Charged in Blackberry Assault

Rapper Foxy Brown turned herself in Tuesday to face charges that she hit her Brooklyn neighbor with her Blackberry cell phone last month, ABC News is reporting.

The 27-year-old was charged with felony assault, menacing, harassment and criminal possession of a weapon, according to reports

Brown was arraigned and released on $5,000 bail. Her next court date is Sept. 26.

Foxy Brown Gets Three Years' Probation

Rapper Foxy Brown was sentenced in a New York City court on Tuesday to three years’ probation and anger management counseling for assaulting two manicurists.

The flamboyant hip-hop star (real name: Inga Marchand), 27, originally pleaded guilty in August to kicking and smacking employees of Manhattan’s Bloomie Nails in August 2004 – but on Tuesday attempted to change her plea before Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Melissa C. Jackson.

“I just feel like I was coerced. I felt rushed,” Brown said of her August plea, New York’s Daily News reports.

Foxy Brown Assault Trial Set for July

Rapper Foxy Brown, charged with misdemeanor assault stemming from an August 2004 argument with two nail salon workers, will face trial on July 17.

Prosecutors allege that Brown, during a skirmish over payment for a manicure, kicked one salon employee and hit the other in the face.

Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Gerald Harris also extended orders of protection for the nail salon workers, the Associated Press reports.