Meek Mill Lawyers File Legal Docs to Boot the Judge

Meek Mill Lawyers File Legal Docs to Boot the Judge

More reports continue to surface from the behind the scenes happenings surrounding Meek Mills recent prison sentencing.

Apparently, Judge Brinkley is being probed over possible relationships in Philadelphia, including to a music mogul named Charlie Mack, who Meek Mill worked with early in his career. He is now in solitary confinement.

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TMZ and The New York Post's Page Six reported that the FBI is investigating Judge Genece Brinkley, who sentenced Mill to two to four years for violating his probation. This is an investigation looking into a possible extortionate demand.

Meek Mill may be in luck with his probation case due to a new wrinkle in regards to the judge.

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But Mack insisted he doesn't know Brinkley: "I've spent more time talking to you than I ever talked to the judge". Undercover agents have been in the courtroom and followed Mill's case ever since April of previous year. "There is no conspiracy, Meek is an old friend of 30-plus years", he told Page Six. Tacopina also asserted that back in 2013, Brinkley privately requested that Meek remake the Boyz II Men's No. 1 smash hit "On Bended Knee", and give the judge a "shout-out" on the record. If true, this could raise eyebrows since Mack apparently manages the R&B group.

The FBI has neither confirmed nor denied that Brinkley is being investigating. Besides being reportedly under investigation by the FBI, court filings reveal Judge Genece Brinkley allowed the Philly rapper to kick it with a convicted felon despite being on parole.

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