Officials Now Investigating Court Clerk And Letter Sent To Meek Mill
(AllHipHop News) A letter sent to Meek Mill begging him for money by the Clerk of a Philadelphia court during his sentencing hearing has triggered an official investigation.
Wanda Chavarria, the clerk of the court which sentenced Meek to 2-4 years in prison for violating his probation, asked the rap star for money to pay her son's college tuition at Virginia Commonwealth University. Chavarria passed the note to Meek during his probation hearing in November, asking to the rapper to help pay for her son's schooling.
Meek Mill refused to give up any money and now investigators are investigating the circumstances surrounding the note, and how such an act could have happened in Judge Genece Brinkley's courtroom.
Meek Mill and his lawyers have claimed Judge Genece Brinkley asked him to rerecord a Boyz II Men tribute song in her honor, in addition to asking her to drop Roc Nation as his management.