Details on Meek Mill’s Latest Bail Request Denied To Keep The Public Safe


The latest efforts by Meek Mill’s legal team to have him released on bail once again fell short of success after the judge declared him dangerous before denying bail.

In court documents obtained by TMZ , Judge Genece Brinkley says Mill is a “flight risk” and “a danger to the community” before denying his latest request. Brinkley then goes on to questioned the validity of his clean drug tests by implying he have used an agent called he “Fast Flush” to cleanse his system prior to testing.

Documents go on to say that she also believes he’s lying about his current address despite his driver’s license displaying the same address.

Meek Mill is currently in jail for a possible 2-4 year sentence for violating his probation stemming from an incident of whipping a mini-motorcycle on the streets of New York City.



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