Meek Mill Denied Bail For Second Time In One Week

Meek Mill

Meek Mill

Meek's battle with the criminal justice system came to a head in November when he was sentenced to two to four years in prison for a probation violation.

Today, the Associated Press also reported that Meek's bail motion was rejected by an appeals court.

TMZ adds that Meek's lawyers "have ordered a full transcript to show the appeals court the judge was prejudiced".

Apparently, Meek, who is serving two to four years for a probation violation on a almost 10-year-old gun and drug case has several jobs. A source told TMZ that the "Issues" rapper "cleans the cell block, tidies up prison grounds and washes dishes".

This set back comes on the heels of Judge Genece Brinkley handing down a similar rejection earlier this week (December 4th), calling Mill a "danger to the community" in the process.

Outside of the kitchen, Meek has access to electrical and carpentry shops and is on the waitlist for therapy classes.

They claim that she imposed a harsher-than-usual sentence on the rapper, even though the prosecutor hadn't requested jail time, and that she "repeatedly offered inappropriate personal and professional advice" to Meek.