Foxy Brown’s New Year’s Eve blow up via Twitter may land her in court, as her former manager is now planning to sue for studio fees and other expenses.
Foxy’s former manager Bernadette Brennan told The New York Daily News that she dropped the rapper as a client, after her Twitter tirade on December 31st.
According to Brennan, Foxy is in need of “help” due to her self-destructive behavior.
“It’s always sad when an artist has everything they need at their fingertips but still displays such self-destructive behavior,” Bernadette Brennan told the Daily News. “I hope she gets the help she needs. I was one of the few people in her corner.”
Brennan claims she is planning a lawsuit against the former rap star, who is accused of racking up over $100,000 in studio bills.
Foxy Brown also reportedly blew off a concert at the Splash Bar in Manhattan and put the kibosh on her own Christmas Eve party at the Jelani Lounge in Brooklyn.
The rapper flew into a tirade when Brennan, Nightlife Productions and Daddy Bigg$ of Platinum Camp, announced they were releasing a new track titled “U Aint Ruff Enough.”
The single was supposed to be sold on iTunes on January 1st, but an unmixed, rough version featuring Foxy’s garbled vocals hit the net instead.
Foxy Brown’s next appearance will be in court.
She is slated to stand trial after refusing a plea deal over a misdemeanor charge for violating a court order. The charges stem from a July 2010 altercation with her neighborhood rival Arlene Raymond.
Foxy Brown is accused of violating a protection order filed by Raymond when she allegedly cursed at the woman and mooned her during their verbal confrontation.
If convicted, Foxy could spend up to one year in prison.