Trouble-loving Foxy Brown's brother is in trouble again.
Gavin "Pretty Boy" Marchand pleaded not guilty to felony identity theft charges Thursday - and was then cuffed on new criminal charges.
"They're re-arresting him for grand larceny," Herman Wun, Marchand's surprised lawyer, said outside a Manhattan Supreme courtroom as his client was taken into custody by burly, plain-clothed detectives.
Marchand, 35, who has dabbled on stage as his sister's sidekick, was arrested in August for a shopping spree with a series of allegedly fake credit cards.
Details of the new case were unclear, and Wun said he had not been told his client would be arrested - and knew little about the new case.
Prosecutors had no immediate comment.
One of Marchand's pals, Warren David, was also re-arrested, and the two will be arraigned Thursday night or Friday on the new charges.
In the original case, the wanna-be rap star and three pals were busted for trying to purchase French luxury goods at Hermes, an upper East Side boutique, with bogus plastic on Aug. 7.
Marchand, who was out on $8,000 bail in that case, and Warren are now back behind bars.
Noting at least one previous felony conviction, prosecutors in court offered Marchand a stiff plea deal in the Hermes charges.
"On a plea to the charge, we're recommending 3 1/2 to 7 years in jail," Assistant District Attorney Toni Mardirossian told a judge.
She said Marchand and one of his co-defendants, Derwin Benoit, have prior felony convictions, she said.
Gavin was busted in August when a sales person at Hermes on Madison Ave. quickly recognized the supposed American Express corporate card was fake.
Something about the front of the card and the magnetic strip were unusual, court documents show.
After David, 31, tried to use the bogus Amex card, Marchand handed over a phony MasterCard, according to court documents. The clerk held that card under a black light, showing that one wasn't real either.
They didn't stop there. Warren allegedly pulled out a second Amex card, which worked, and bought $7,882.55 worth of merchandise.
Two other men, Ryan Campbell, 32, and Benoit, 34, were charged in connection with the plastic shopping spree.
The four men, with Benoit at the wheel, were nabbed by cops after they made a 90-mph getaway attempt in a car littered with credit cards and receipts, according to court records.
Foxy Brown, was accused of violating a restraining order obtained by Arlene Raymond after a fight in which Brown hit her with a Blackberry in 2007, police said.
The two women clashed again last month in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Brown cursed Raymond out, bent over and stuck her butt out, authorities said.
"B--ch, what are you looking at?" she asked her neighbor, according to the criminal complaint. "Kiss my ass."