As Meek Mill continues to fight for his freedom in the wake of his probation violation, the rapper may have scored a big win in the legal battle against the Philly judge, who handed down the harsh 2 to 4-year sentence.
Since sentencing, Meek’s legal team has maintained that Judge Genece Brinkley has been biased against the Philly-bred rapper. In fact, Meek believes the judge is a failed actress who had it out for him when he refused to shout her out on a Boyz II Men remix.
Now though, according to TMZ, Meek Mill may have just caught a huge break in the case, as a judge just ordered the release of documents that could back up his claims against the judge.
According to the publication, the transcript may show whether or not the judge asked Meek to work with one of her homeboys. It could also be the determining factor in Meek’s release. In the meantime, TMZ has uncovered a note that was slipped to the rapper by a court clerk during his probation hearing.
In the note, the clerk asked Meek to cover her son’s college tuition. Although she confirms slipping the rapper the note, she says the judge had no idea and the rapper never gave her the money. She told TMZ that her son will be graduating in May, despite previous financial issues.