Caribbean-American rapper Foxy Brown has officially been indicted for her alleged role in an assault case last month against a woman who previously placed an order of protection against the rapper three years ago.

Foxy is now facing a sentence of up to 1 year behind bars if found guilty.

Reports in the media state that rapper Foxy Brown has been indicted on charges of violating an order of protection stemming from a 2007 confrontation with her neighbor in New York City. The indictment announced Friday charges Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, with criminal contempt in the second degree. She could face up to one year in jail. A lawyer for Brown did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

It is alleged that Foxy secretly testified in a New York court last week.

She may call herself “Don Diva,” but the singer intends to ditch her in-your-face attitude and tell jurors that she’s really just a mama’s girl who’s been trying to exorcise the nasty demons of her bad-girl past and now lives in her Prospect Heights brownstone with her mother, a source said. The sassy singer, whose real name is Inga Marchand, will flatly deny that a stare-down with neighbor Arlene Raymond escalated into a profane tirade and ended with her provocatively mooning the woman, the sources said. She faces felony charges from the July 21 incident. The latest legal case against the platinum-selling singer has already taken its toll on her creative energies, a source close to Foxy said. “Foxy can’t even sleep at night. This is truly a nightmare,” said the source