Meek Mill In Jail, Sentenced To 3 to 6 Months For Parole Violation


Dreams may be worth more than money, but neither can help rapper Meek Mill avoid spending at least part of the remaining months of 2014 behind bars.

According to several major outlets, Meek Mill is currently in custody after a judge found him guilty of violating his parole. Mill, whose real name is Robert Williams, is on probation for a 2008 gun and drug conviction, for which he served eight months in jail and began five years of probation in the fall of 2009.

We don’t have details regarding all of the incidents that reportedly concerned officials, but Billboard pointed out that Mill recently posted a photo of himself holding a gun on Instagram. A rep from the rapper’s label, Atlantic, declined request for comment.

Meek Mill has been in our headlines a lot as of late. His new album, Dreams Are Worth More Than Money is due for release this September. Given the developments of today, it’s not hard to imagine that the album may be pushed back. Follow UTG on Twitter for updates.

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  • Brian Lion

    It’s one thing to break your parole, it’s another to do it through social networking. Stupid ass.

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