Court Clerk Fired for Asking Meek Mill for Money at Hearing

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Meek Mill's legal team just suffered a big setback. because TMZ just obtained a copy of the court transcript which Meek's lawyers claim proves the judge was trying to get him to dump Roc Nation for one of her friends. but the transcript does not bear that out.

"The Philadelphia courts have always prioritized fairness, impartiality and the highest ethical standards", Roberts said in a statement.

The note asked Mill to donate money in an effort to allow her son to attend his final semester at Virginia Commonwealth University.

She went on to give her contact information and explained, "This will probably be my son's last semester at VCU if the tuition isn't paid for this year and unfortunately with my bad credit, I am unable to secure a loan or co-sign a loan for my son". Anything you can do is very much appreciated'.

Philly reports Chavarria was an employee of the court for about 30 years with an estimated annual salary of $43,000. Immediately following Mills's sentencing in November, his awyer, Joe Tacopina, appealed the motion and requested Judge Brinkley's removal from the case, alleging she was "infatuated" with the "Dreams and Nightmares" rapper.

Brinkley has since found herself under fire for her past conduct with Mill, with his lawyers claiming she overstepped her judicial bounds multiple times.

Apparently, it was not Genece who was looking to bank off Meek, but rather his probation officer.

She told the site she thought Mill would do her the favor because they're both from Philadelphia. The judge said, "I don't want the record to suggest who your management is or is not".

No transcript was made of a second private meeting that day in which the judge's request for the Boyz II Men song allegedly occurred.

Mill, who was initially in solitary confinement because of his celebrity status, is serving two to four years in prison because of parole violations.

His prison sentence in November came after another failed drug screening and two unrelated arrests - the first in St. Louis during a fight at an airport, and later in New York City for reckless driving.

Brinkley is now under investigation for partial treatment of Mill, who remains behind bars at the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania.

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