Restrictions handed down by Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley in a Philadelphia courtroom on Thursday, December 17, are costing Meek Mill a lot of money.
Meek, real name Robert Williams, was found guilty of violating his probation. He will have to appear back in court on February 5, to find out if he will be sent back to jail.
Brinkley ruled that the 28-year old rapper cannot leave Philadelphia and can’t work or perform except for community service until then.
TMZ reports that the timing is especially bad for Meek financially because of previous commitments.
He is paying the lease on a Los Angeles home he lives in with girlfriend Nicki Minaj, has concerts lined up and studio time booked in L.A. for $15,000 a week.
Meek is also worried about backlash he’ll receive from fans when he doesn’t show up for a sold out Las Vegas concert he and Nicki have booked.
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