New York authorities have revealed that the man who allegedly summoned three women to attack Foxy Brown outside a Brooklyn housing project last weekend is also wanted for parole violations.
According to New York's Daily News, Timothy Collier, 33, was on parole after serving three years on a drug charge. State records show that he broke curfew once and skipped two meetings with his parole officer in May. A warrant for his arrest was issued on June 6.
Brown (born Inga Marchand) reportedly dumped Collier outside the Louis H. Pink Houses on Saturday (June 23) after she found out he was a pimp. Allegedly this led Collier to call on four women to assault Brown and steal her handbag, necklaces and hearing aid.
One suspect, Roshawn Anthony, was arrested shortly after the incident. Anthony was scheduled to be indicted yesterday (June 29) but she was released after Brown refused to testify to a grand jury about the incident.
Collier was last seen outside the Louis H. Pink Houses on Monday (June 25).