A Philadelphia judge is refusing to spring rapper Meek Mill from prison, saying the rapper is “a danger to the community.”
Judge Genece Brinkley denied Mill’s bid for bail in a decision made public Monday.
Last month, Brinkley sentenced Mill to a two- to four-year prison term for violating his probation for a 2008 drug and weapon possession conviction.
Mill was in Brinkley’s court after the rapper was arrested in Inwood and charged with popping wheelies on a dirt bike as well as an arrest in St. Louis for an altercation with two airport employees.
The charges in both cases were dropped.
Brinkley also said Williams was a “danger to himself due to his continuous drug use.”
Prosecutors and probation officers weren’t asking for Brinkley to lock up Mill.