Meek Mill Struggling To Get Out Of The Solitary Confinement, The Probation And Prison
Meek is reportedly locked up in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day.
Philadelphia, PA – Meek Mill has officially filed the documents requesting his release from jail, according to TMZ.
The publication informs that within the new documents, which were filed in his home state of Pennsylvania, on Wednesday (November 15) – Meek's legal team argues that their two to four years of imprisonment, the sentence is the result of a vendetta against him by the Judge Genece Brinkley.
Meek Mill, the lawyers also argue that the two incidents Brinkley says that constituted his violation of probation – misdemeanor assault and careless driving – were dismissed the charges and had already been abandoned. The documents also reportedly cite Meek's probation officer testifying that the rapper had shown progress.
In addition to his release from jail, Meek Mill is also asking that his probation be completely finished. The MMG rapper says that he has matured and has "generally been rehabilitated," after becoming a father, and through his music career.
TMZ also reports that Meek is currently trapped in solitary confinement for 23 hours a day. His lawyers say that prison officials are keeping him separated from the rest of the inmates for their safety, but they argue that he is going to be well into the generation pop. Meek, the lawyers also say that being locked up in solitary for so long is hindering your creativity.
These latest developments come just days after it emerged that the FBI is reportedly investigating the judge presiding over Meek's case. An anonymous source told Page Six that the undercover agents have monitored the procedures of the court in Meek Mill case of more than one year.