The judge who sent Meek Mill to jail could be heading back to court against the rap star’s lawyers.
According to reports, Judge Genece Brinkley is considering a lawsuit against Meek’s lawyers, over statements they’ve been making to the media.
Judge Brinkley has hired A. Charles Peruto Jr., a high-powered Philadelphia lawyer, to defend her reputation.
Apparently, the Judge is not happy with Meek’s law teams’ claim that she has a vendetta against the rap star, who was sentenced to two to four years and prison, for violating the terms of his probation in a 2008 drug and gun case.
Meek’s lawyer Joe Tacopina has claimed that Judge Brinkley attempted to steer Meek away from Roc Nation Management, in addition to requesting a tribute song be recorded in her honor.
Earlier this week, Meek suffered a blow when the transcripts revealed that Judge Brinkley did not make such statements during the hearing in question.
But Jordan Siev, one of the lawyers on Meek’s law team, appeared on the “Angie Martinez Show” earlier in the week, with transcripts claiming to support the rap star’s allegations that the Judge was pretty much extorting him.
Meek’s lawyers are not backing down though, and have welcomed any legal action the judge may bring against them.