Judge denies Meek Mill bail request: He's a 'danger to the community'


According to TMZ, the rapper will not get bail because Judge Genece Brinkley says the rapper is a "flight risk" and "a danger to the community" in court docs.

Meek's lawyer went to court and asked for bail pending an appeal on his 2 to 4 year prison sentence for a probation violation.

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Mill was arrested in March at St. Louis International Airport and charged with misdemeanor assault after an altercation with two airport employees. Both cases were dropped after he agreed to fulfill community service requirements.

Brinkley also said Williams was a "danger to himself due to his continuous drug use".

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Joe Tacopina, Mill's lawyer, claims the judge's decision does nothing more but "continue her long pattern of unfair treatment" of the performer. The sentence was unexpected as prosecutors recommended Mill not be imprisoned for the probation violations, mentioning he's been drug-free since January and has complied with most requirements of probation. "We intend to immediately appeal this decision, so Mr. Williams can be released from prison on bail while we continue to work to overturn this wrongful and unjust sentence".

Tacopina and Sharpton visited Mill at a Chester, Pa. prison last week. "You have public outrage because people see a young, successful individual who came from a very hard upbringing [who] then turned his life around, became successful, has done something that was very impressive from a professional standpoint, gives back to the community all the time, and they see him being treated in a way that's disgustingly unfair".

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