Rapper Foxy Brown Friday rejected an offer of 10 hours of community service to settle charges she allegedly attacked two New York nail designers.
It was the second time in three months the rapper rejected an offer of a plea bargain from New York prosecutors, New York's Newsday reported. Brown was charged with assault, attempted assault and harassment for allegedly attacking Myoung Yi and Sun Ji Song at the Bloomie Nails salon on Aug. 27.
Prosecutors said Brown got a pedicure but was refused a manicure because the shop was about to close. The nail technicians claimed they blocked the door because Brown would not pay and were subsequently attacked.
Brown has denied assaulting the women and claimed she paid for both services ahead of time.
Brown, 25, born Inga Marchand, is due back in court Sept. 22.