Foxy Brown is finally out of the foxhole. After serving eight months in prison for violating probation, the rapper will be released on April 18, according to her manager, Chaz Williams.
Williams told Billboard that Foxy, real name Inga Marchand, "did every single minute of her bid in jail, and she did it under the most severe conditions. They had her under continuous lockdown just because she is a celebrity. They were trying to break her spirit."
Once out, Brown is rumored to have a possible reality TV show in the works and her album, Brooklyn’s Don Diva, is also set to be released on May 13.
Brown’s legal troubles may not be over, though. She’s due back in court on May 5 in on assault charges over an incident in which Brown allegedly threw a Blackberry at her neighbor. She also has battery and obstruction of justice charges pending against her in Florida.