New developments regarding Meek Mill’s recent incarceration have surfaced.
According to court docs obtained by TMZ.com, attorneys representing the Philly native have reportedly filed a motion to have him released from prison immediately, and have his 10 year probation sentence terminated.
Meek’s lawyers cite presiding judge Genece Brinkley’s “vendetta” against the rapper as the real reason behind Meek’s 2-4 year prison sentence.
Per TMZ.com, Brinkley is reportedly being investigated by the FBI for “possible relationships she might have in Philly -- including to a local music mogul, Charlie Mack, whom she asked Meek to sign with -- as well as a possibly extortionate demand.”
Meek’s legal reps also claim that “the two incidents for which his probation was violated resulted in dismissed charges.” Meek’s probation officer has even spoken about how well the rapper has responded to probation.
Meek, who is requesting to be granted time served and an immediate release, claims his probation should be terminated because “he’s matured, become a responsible father, acquired a profession and generally been rehabilitated.”
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