Judge Genece Brinkley says Meek is really a "flight risk" and "a threat to town." In denying him bond, she questioned the validity of the clean drug evaluations ... indicating he might have used something called "Quick Twist" to bleach his body.
Meek Mill only lost some momentum in his bid for freedom, because the judge has now denied his request for bail. There's a significant proceed to complimentary Meek on-premise the judge was prejudiced ... biased against Meek when he wouldn't alter directors or provide Judge Brinkley a shoutout in a Boyz II Men song.
Meek's lawyer went into court and asked for bail pending an appeal to his 2 to 4-year prison sentence to get a probation violation. The breach is tied to weapons and drugs charges to the 2008 certainty of Meek. One among Meek's lawyers, Joe Tacopina, says Brinkley's decision "lasts her very long pattern of unfair treatment" of Meek ... and vows they'll appeal. Brinkley said Meek may possibly have lied to authorities along with his probation officer. His team informs us that's BS, and says the speech he has provided is exactly the same one on his own driver's license.