The claims against Judge Genece Brinkley just keep piling up.
Since the news broke on Meek Mill's prison sentence for violating probation earlier this year the allegations against the judge who sentenced him have been nothing short of shocking.
As we posted before, Meek's lawyer Joe Tacopina filed paperwork to have Judge Genece Brinkley removed from the case entirely since the rapper's team believes she is acting on a personal vendetta rather than ruling a fair practice when it comes to her decision making.
Previous documents even revealed that Genece allowed Meek to meet with music manager Charlie Mack (who is a convicted felon), breaking protocol since anyone on probation cannot associate with felons. The one exception made by the judge was suspicious since she reportedly pressured Meek into leaving Roc Nation to work with Charlie.
Sources now tell TMZ that Genece's unfair actions also stem from her failed attempt at being an actress. The publication reports that Meek's lawyer will be using Genece's failed career in entertainment as more evidence in proving she has a vendetta against Meek and is jealous of his success and status.
The judge's only acting credit comes from the 1993 TV movie called "Tell My Mom I Love Her," where Genece plays the mom. You can see her in the video below at the 4:20 mark. The filmed starred Dustin Felder, who interestingly enough is close friends with Charlie Mack.
Former NFL player, Colin Kaepernick, recently spoke with Meek and shared a statement on his behalf via Twitter:
"Spoke to Meek Mill & he wanted ppl to know regardless of his unjust situation, he’s in good spirits & humbled by the support the people have shown him. We'll continue to fight against the harsh sentencing practices that have affected Meek & millions of other POC for generations."
Meek was recently transferred to the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania from Camp Hill, where he was in solitary confinement due to prison officials worried about him interacting with other inmates.