This past Tuesday (July 12) I reported that a Brooklyn judge dropped a charge against platinum-selling rapper Foxy Brown in her mooning case. Brown, was facing prosecution for allegedly violating an order of protection last year by mooning a jealous neighbor with whom she had been having issues with for the past few years.
According to the NYPost, Brown and her lawyer Salvatore Strazzullo are planning on filing a “$100 million” lawsuit against the city.
Strazzullo told the NYPost, he’ll also file a claim against “the ADA’s office” for “malicious” treatment of his client. He said prosecutors should never have gone after Brown. “With school budgets cut, they had the audacity” to file charges, Strazzullo said. “Do we want our tax dollars going for this?” A rep for the city’s Corporation Counsel said they “have not seen any legal papers.” Another legal eagle pointed out that assistant district attorneys have “absolute immunity” from being personally prosecuted, and the city would likely move for immediate dismissal.
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