Azealia Banks continues to deal with the legal repercussions of her so-called "boob bite" case.
The rapper appeared in court in New York City on Thursday and was ordered that she needs to prove that she completed two more hours of anger management before her next court date, as Page Six reports.
The agreement is part of a deal that was struck last year. From reports of her behavior at the hearing, she wasn't too happy. She apparently rolled her eyes at the judge and told a photographer to “Move, lady, move." Reporters were told to “Shut your ass up" and then called "roaches."
As previously reported, 26-year-old Banks took a plea deal in her case. The incident in question, as the New York Daily News reported, occurred in 2015 when Banks had a melt down outside of a Up&Down nightclub in Manhattan. She apparently punched a security guard and bit her on the breast when she got into a dispute with bouncers over a hand stamp and was asked to leave the venue.
“She attacked front-door people. She was like a crazy person — all over a stamp. She needs to relax,” a source described at the time.
She was charged with misdemeanor assault, harassment and disorderly conduct.
As part of the plea, Banks was able to avoid jail time.
The rapper often makes headlines for her beefs, most recently a feud with Remy Ma. The social media skirmish involved Banks threatening to sue Remy for posting their private conversations, including an alleged photo of her vagina, online.
"Is she still on parole? This can get messy," Banks asked on social media, adding a screenshot of a Google search about the legal ramifications of posting revenge porn. "Just realizing that I can sue Remy Ma for trying to paint me in a false light. Those pictures were not of my vagina yet she showed them to the world trying to say it was. I responded to something she said publicly and her response was making a private conversation between the two of us public."
Banks' next court case is slated for April 3.
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