Meek Mill’s Bail Request Denied, Judge Says He’s A ‘Flight Risk’ & ‘Danger To His Community’
Meek Mill Bail Denied
More bad news for Meek Mill.
The judge has denied his request for bail claiming the rapper is a “flight risk” and a “danger to his community.”
According to docs, obtained by TMZ, Judge Genece Brinkley says Meek is a “flight risk” and “a danger to the community.” In denying him bail, she also questioned the validity of his clean drug tests … suggesting he might have used something called “Fast Flush” to cleanse his system.
Meek’s lawyer went to court and asked for bail pending an appeal on his 2 to 4 year prison sentence for a probation violation. The violation is tied to Meek’s 2008 conviction on drugs and weapons charges.
There’s a big move to free Meek on grounds the judge was prejudiced … biased against Meek when he would not change managers or give Judge Brinkley a shout-out in a Boyz II Men song.
Meek’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina, says Brinkley’s decision “continues her long pattern of unfair treatment” of Meek … and vows they will appeal.