Meek Mill Might Seem To Face Almost 2 Years Of Prison On Probation Violation
Meek has already violated his probation two times this year.
Philadelphia, PA – Meek Mill could be facing nearly two years in prison for violating his probation, according to TMZ.
Meek goes to court on Monday (6 November) to hear their fate after violating his parole twice this year, which stems from a 2008 drug and gun conviction.
In August, Meek Mill was arrested for driving his dirt bike recklessly through the streets of the City of New York. According to reports, an agreement was reached in October, that stipulates that if he is able to go six months without accumulating more charges, you will have the arrest cleared from your record.
A few months before, in March, Meek Mill was accused of misdemeanor assault after an altercation broke out with an employee of the St. Louis International Airport.
The judge in Meek of drugs and weapons in the event that apparently has already reported the Philly rapper that if he makes one more false move, he's going to be a big problem. In 2015, Meek Mill came out of his home state of Pennsylvania, without the prior approval and the judge put him on house arrest. Taking into account their more recent cases are more serious than those who travel without permission, the speculation has begun with respect to the movement of Meek's destination.
TMZ reports that Meek Mill could be facing 20 months behind bars if things don't go your way.
In the meantime, Meek has been keeping busy by bringing the children from The Boys & Girls Club to see the Philadelphia 76s play.
GOOD WINS S/o to the SIXERS organization! @joelembiid and Anderson for the assistance 💪🏾
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