Foxy Brown Gets Down at B.B. King Blues Club After Recent Arrest

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    Rapper Foxy Brown in happier times.

    Ms. Brown's feeling foxy again.

    According to the New York Daily News, the recently arrested rapper put on a spirited show for a crowd of adoring fans at the B.B. King Blues Club and Grill in Times Square.

    Brown, who got her big break on Jay-Z's debut album, "Reasonable Doubt," tore through her own catalog on Sunday night, breaking out hits like "Candy" and "Get You Home."

    Brown, whose given name is Inga Merchand, was arrested last week after violating an order of protection when she got into a verbal confrontation with and then exposed herself to a neighbor, Arlene Raymond.

    She pleaded not guilty to one count of criminal contempt, a felony. She was released Thursday on $5,000 bail. If convicted, she could receive up to seven years in jail.

    She is scheduled to be in court Tuesday.