R&B diva Erykah Badu is challenging the disorderly conduct charge stemming from the filming of her “Window Seat” video. “The Dallas Morning News” is reporting that the singer entered a plea of not guilty last Wednesday. Badu shot her controversial “Window Seat” video back in March at Dallas’ Dealey Plaza. The clip follows the vocalist as she strips off all her clothes and then acts as if she’s been assassinated near the location where former President John F. Kennedy was killed. Several people witnessed Badu making the video, but it wasn’t until a woman with two small children with came forward and said she was offended that charges were filed. Disorderly conduct is a Class C misdemeanor and carries a fine of 500 dollars.
“Window Seat” is featured on Erykah Badu’s fifth studio album, “New Amerykah Part Two (Return of the Ankh).” The record dropped in March, selling 110-thousand copies in its first week and debuting at number four on the Billboard 200.