The case against Remy Ma is moving into its next stages.

TMZ reports four charges have been filed against the rapper, stemming from an alleged April incident with Love & Hip Hop cast member Brittney Taylor. Prosecutors are charging Remy with two counts of third-degree assault, one count of second-degree aggravated harrassment, and a final count of second-degree harrassment.

The video above shows her and husband Papoose leaving the courthouse after the hearing, keeping silent as reporters asked questions regarding the case.

In addition, Remy was offered a deal that calls for pleading guilty in the assault charge, which will result in the remaining charges getting dropped. She has turned down the offer and hopes to get the entire case dropped.

As it was previously reported, the State of the Culture co-host and her legal counsel were confident that video evidence will prove her innocence. Dawn Florio, Remy's legal rep, claims home surveillance footage refutes claims of her being near Taylor. While the time of incident was initially documented as 9:30, TMZ notes that the time has since been updated to an hour later, and prosecutors have footage of Remy entering Irving Plaza around then (though footage of the incident has not surfaced).

A conviction in this case could possibly result in added jail time, as she was released on parole parole in 2014. This new case prompted investigators to launch a probe, as they look to determine if she did violate the terms of her release.

Aside from the ongoing investigation, Remy and collaborator/supporter Fat Joe are currently involved in a legal dispute over the 2016 hit "All the Way Up."