Judge Who Sentenced Rapper To Prison Faces FBI Probe

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Meanwhile, reports indicate that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched a probe into judge Genece Brinkly for sentencing Meek Mill to two to four years jail term, against the advise of both the District Attorney and Meek Mill's probation officer.

A source told the Post, "The feds have an interest in the judge and [her] potential relationships. Undercover agents have been in the courtroom monitoring the Meek proceedings since April 2016", says the source. He also said he came out not only to "draw attention" to Meek Mill's legal situation, but also to "speak for so many others".

Meek, who's now sitting in solitary confinement at the moment, was sentenced to 2-4 years in prison last week despite the district attorney and Meek's probation officer asking for no jail time.

Gabe Roberts, a courts spokesman, said neither Brinkley nor the court system would comment because it's a matter subject to future litigation.

Mill's most recent "technical violations" were testing positive for the prescription narcotic Percocet earlier this year and two misdemeanor arrests, for an altercation at the St. Louis airport and a traffic violation in Manhattan involving a motorbike.

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"So this practice of jailing people when you feel like it against the recommendation of your own constituents and in this case it was a district attorney and it was his probation officer-that's got to stop".

Sports Illustrated's The Crossover obtained Rubin's plea to Philadelphia judge Genece E. Brinkley. Tacopina said of a possible Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, "That is something that I absolutely do not have the ability to comment on".

If you want to do something to help, go to Change.org and petition for Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf to reconsider Meek's sentence.

Brinkley also reminded Mill of the night she actually tried to verify that he was feeding the homeless, part of the community service she ordered.

Mack has denied such a claim to the Post. He also claims the judge acted "inappropriately" by repeatedly asking Mill to drop Roc Nation and sign with Philly music figure Charlie Mack for his management. Brinkley didn't respond to us, and the court spokesperson didn't return calls.