The FBI Is Reportedly Investigating The Judge Who Sent Meek Mill To Prison
Per the report, undercover agents have been in the courtroom following Meek’s case since April 2016, and the Philly music mogul
Just hours after Colin Kaepernick took to social media in his defense, it’s now being reported that the FBI is investigating the judge responsible for his ‘harsh’ prison sentence.
Judge Genece Brinkley is reportedly being investigated by the FBI for possible relationships she might have in Philly — including to a local music mogul she allegedly asked Meek to sign with — as well as a possible “extortionate demand” … according to the New York Post.
Per the report, undercover agents have been in the courtroom following Meek’s case since April 2016, and the Philly music mogul, Charlie Mack, allegedly once told Meek he knew the judge and could help him with his case. Mack denied that claim to the Post.
As we reported … Meek’s lawyer says Judge Brinkley also once asked Meek to do a remix to a Boyz II Men song and to give her a shout-out on it, and that her harsh sentence was a result of him shooting her down.
Rick Ross and Dr. J took to the streets Monday for a #FreeMeekMill rally that looks like it was picking up steam.