Meek Mill Released from Prison
Rapper Meek Mill, who spent nearly five months in prison for violating probation on a 2008 gun and drug case, was released Tuesday. After being arrested twice in 2017, Mill received a two-to-four year prison sentence last November. The Philadelphia District Attorney’s office recommended a new trial for Mill, but a judge denied him bail. The case made it to the Philadelphia Supreme Court who ultimately ordered an immediate release for Mill on unsecured bail. The case is currently being appealed. Mill tweeted his gratitude to his supporters and stated he was looking forward to being with his family and resuming his music career.
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