Foxy Brown Gets 76 Days in the Hole

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Troubled female rap star, Foxy Brown, keeps digging herself a deeper and deeper hole. She's had a long list of legal troubles over the past year and a half, which exclude the fact that she temporarily went deaf and has also seen her music career come to a staggering halt.

As if matters couldn't get worse (because they always can) sources are now reporting that Brown has been thrown in the hole at Riker's Island where she's currently serving a one year sentence for a probation violation, and is ordered to stay there for a whopping 76 days.

Celebrity or not, two and a half months of solitary confinement could break anyone's spirit and it will take a good amount of strength for Foxy to make it through such a lengthy term in punitive segregation.

If you're curious how Foxy ended up in this situation, check out this brief rundown on Foxy's saga which seems to get worse every few weeks. -- Jonathan Cunningham

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