Judge In Meek Mill Case Being Investigated By FBI

Judge In Meek Mill Case Being Investigated By FBI

A petition to change his sentence quickly reached over 25,000 signatures, and last night hundreds gathered outside the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia to rally in support of Mill. The North Philadelphia native was convicted of gun and drug charges in 2008.

Separately, the New York Post reported on Monday that the Philadelphia judge who sentenced Meek, Genece Brinkley, is now the focus of an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe.

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

"He's been on probation for almost 10 years".

Also, Meek's lawyers have moved to remove the judge from the case citing her allegedly inappropriate behavior and having a "vendetta" against the rapper.

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Brinkley's reported biases involved with her judicial discretion in sentencing the Dreamchasers leader was thrust to the forefront amid the public and Meek's fellow hip-hop counterparts outrage about her decision.

"She showed up at his community service for the homeless people", Tacopina told Billboard. "I've spent more time talking to you than I ever talked to the judge". Tacopina also claimed the judge asked Mill to leave Roc Nation to sign with her friend's recording label, and to record a cover of a Boyz II Men song as a tribute to her.

A source told us of the Federal Bureau of Investigation interest in the case, "The feds have an interest in the judge and [her] potential relationships". His probation was supposed to end in 2013, and here it is, almost 2018, and he's still on probation for technical violations, travel violations - just doing work, which nobody gets violated for.

Brinkley's alleged relationship to Mack, however, is a point of interest for the FBI, Page Six states. "This is an investigation looking into a possible extortionate demand", a source told Page Six. Undercover agents have been in the courtroom and followed Mill's case ever since April of past year.

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