After claiming she was coerced into pleading guilty to attacking two employees at a Manhattan nail salon, TMZ has learned that rapper Foxy Brown's request to change her plea was denied earlier today in a New York courtroom.
The rapper, whose real name is Inga Marchand, received three years probation for a conviction of two counts of third degree assault and was ordered to submit a DNA sample to the court. She also must attend anger management courses and pass random drug tests. In addition, the two victims received orders of protection, meaning Foxy can't go near them.
The incident occurred in 2004 at a Manhattan nail salon. Brown claims she went there for a manicure and a pedicure, but only got a pedicure. Tempers flared after the salon charged her for both services but Brown would only pay for the pedicure. At that point, Brown, cell phone in hand, hit one of the victims in the face.
Only a half-hour after entering the guilty plea, Brown went back to court and asked the judge if she could withdraw it because she felt rushed. Hizzoner denied her request, telling her she needed to file a written request and it would then be reviewed.