Meek Mill has been out of prison for over a year, but the judge presiding over his case continues to assert her control over his life.
Philly 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin recently revealed that Meek was denied permission to travel to Abu Dhabi for a show that would have paid him $450,000. Meek’s team reportedly followed all protocol, submitting the travel request ahead of the March 15th deadline. He got the the paperwork in early, but Judge Genece Brinkley missed the approval deadline by four days. Rubin believes that Brinkley’s failure to act sooner was a calculated move to screw Meek over.
Last month, Rubin called out Brinkley for denying Meek permission to travel to Toronto for a 76ers playoff game. (ESPN’s Outside the Lines)