Two charges against rapper Foxy Brown were dropped today (Sept. 26) in New Jersey Municipal Court.
Rasheeda Ellis, who was described as a former consultant to Brown's management company, claimed that when she attempted to collect back pay from Brown in June, the rapper appeared at her place of employment with two people and made threats over Ellis' cellphone.
Brown missed a court hearing in Aug. 23 to answer the two complaints and was ordered to attend today's hearing or face arrest.
According to reports, the pair agreed to cease contact with each other and to not discuss the case with the media.
Brown, who was present during the court proceedings but did not speak, asked the judge to bar photographers from snapping her picture.
The request was denied and the rapper was ordered to take off her sunglasses in court.
Last month, in a New York court, Brown pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault charges that stemmed from a 2004 fight nail salon workers over the price of a manicure.
Brown was sentenced to three years probation and anger management classes.