Meek Mill is holding his hope strong and now fighting against his prison sentence handed to him by a judge who’s currently being investigated by the FBI for the harsh sentence.
According to TMZ, the rapper who is already serving the 2-4 year in state prison filed a court document in Philadelphia on Wednesday, demanding an immediate release from prison, as well as his probation, terminated.
Read TMZ report below…
Meek filed docs Wednesday in PA, arguing his 2-4 year prison sentence appears to be the result of what his lawyers call Judge Genece Brinkley’s vendetta against him. It’s much the same arguments they put forward in a motion to boot her from Meek’s case.
In the docs, obtained by TMZ, Meek’s lawyers say the 2 incidents for which his probation was violated resulted in dismissed charges. Even Meek’s probation officer testified he’s responded well to probation … according to the docs.
Meek also says his probation should be wiped out altogether because he’s matured, become a responsible father, acquired a profession and “generally been rehabilitated.”
He’s requesting to be granted time served … and released from prison.