Meek Mill Sentenced 2 To 4 Years
After spending nearly a year in prison on charges related to drug dealing and possession, rapper Meek Mill will as been locked up again after he violated his probation, according to news reports.
Mill, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, would spend a minimum of 2 years behind bars for violating the terms of his parole on two separate occasions.
Back in March, Mill had a run in with the law after he assaulted a St. Louis International Airport employee. The employee allegedly tried to take a photo with the 30 year old. The rapper refused, which then resulted in a physical altercation. Although Meek Mill wasn't arrested, he and two employees were charged with misdemeanor assault and were issued summons.
Then in August, Mill was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment after he was found driving irresponsibly by popping wheelies and violating the speed limit on a motorcycle in New York City. Both charges were dropped in court, however during a Monday Nov.6th hearing in Philadelphia, Mill's judge deemed both instances a violation of his probation and sentenced the rapper to up to four years in prison.