Rapper Foxy Brown, demure and without her customary posse, pleaded not guilty Friday to violating an order of protection against her neighbor - including an alleged mooning incident.
Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, faces one year in prison on a misdemeanor count of criminal contempt, according to an indictment voted by a grand jury following her arrest in July.
"I'm happy," she said outside the Brooklyn courtroom, referring to the grand jury not indicting her on the original felony arrest charges and two other misdemeanors that could have resulted in a seven year prison sentence.
Brown was busted after her Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, neighbor, Alice Raymond, accused her of screaming obscenities, exposing her butt, and screaming "Kiss my black a--" during an encounter on the street.
The order of protection dates back to 2007 when Brown smacked Raymond with a Blackberry phone.
But Friday, Brown was subdued and silent in the courtroom while her lawyer Salvatore Strazzullo entered her plea, and she spoke on the street mostly to complain to a reporter that her case wasn't getting enough play in the media.
"What about that long interview I gave you, what happened to that?" she said, referring to brief comments she made on Tuesday.
Friday was Brown's fourth recent appearance at the courthouse in this case, and in addition to shedding her original seven-person entourage, she also shed her customary teal mid-thigh-length dress for tight beige jeans, a tight beige sweater and a brown leather jacket.
Meanwhile, the order of protection was continued, and the case was adjourned until Nov. 16.