Meek Mill to spend 3 months under house arrest for violating his parole


Meek Mill must serve a minimum of three months house arrest for parole violations with a possibility of up to 12 months depending on a judge’s review.On Thursday, he was ordered by Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley, to spend 6 more years on probation. The judge sentenced the rapper to between six months to a year in a county jail but, in perhaps his only break, is allowing him to serve his time at home.

After his first 90 days of house arrest, Judge Brinkley – whom Meek once branded a b***h’ in one of his songs – will evaluate the rapper and decide of the house arrest will continue.

This means, he will not be able to work, record or tour and can only leave home to do community service with groups serving adults, not young people.


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