Hollywood Dreams And Nightmares: Meek Mill Lawyers Target the Judge Failed Acting Career
This keeps taking twists and turns.
Philadelphia, PA – According to Meek Mill, the attorneys, the judge presiding in your case, Genece Brinkley, is a bitter of the entertainment industry refuse. TMZ reports that the labelling of Brinkley as a mistake of the actress is the latest allegation to come from Meek's legal team.
Brinkley solitary acting credit dates back more than two decades ago when she starred in a movie for TELEVISION titled Tell My Mom that I Love her, that was issued in 1993. Interestingly, the made-for-TV flick also starring Dustin Felder, a man who allegedly has links with Charlie Mack — a person that has become a focal point in the discussion of Brinkley's supposed vendetta against the Meek. According to lawyers, Brinkley allegedly pressured their clients to leave Roc Nation, the management of Mack.
Mack has denied any relationship with Brinkley.
"I've spent more time talking about you that you never spoke with the judge," he told Page Six. "There is no conspiracy, Meek is an old friend of 30 years."
A clip Tell My Mom that I Love her is below. (Brinkley you can see the 4:20 mark)
Brinkley is also accused of having asked Meek to the remake of the Boyz II Men classic," kneeling," is complete with a personal shout out. The attorney Joe Tacopina said the judge oddly showed up to a Gentle service to the community.
The lawyers have the hope of obtaining Brinkley thrown out of his case and have filed documents requesting just that.