Meek Mill Files Court Document To Request His Release From Prison And Probation Terminated

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.

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