Did a Court Clerk Really Slip Meek Mill A Note Asking For Money During His Probation Hearing?

Wait, what?

By Jasmine Washington

The drama surrounding Meek Mill's recent incarceration has raised a slew of concerns about inappropriate and unethical conduct on behalf of the many of the parties involved. One of the most recent instances of inappropriate conduct comes a court clerk who is accused of asking the rapper for money during one of his probation hearing.

According to docs obtained by TMZ, the court clerk, Wanda Charvarria reportedly asked the rapper to help with costs related to her son's last semester of college at Virginia Commonwealth University.

"I hope you don't take offense to this letter or my request but I had to take this opportunity for my son," Charvarria began. "Unfortunately, I am unable to fully financially support Marsell's dream of going to college and pursuing his dream. So I am turning to our friends and family for help. IT TAKES A VILLAGE!!! Every little helps -- please donate what you can to keep him attending VCU."

Chavarria, who claims the presiding judge had no idea of her gesture, left her phone number and email on the note hoping the rapper would take her up on her offer. He never did.

Reports of the rapper being asked for money while fighting for his freedom is only the latest claims of questionable behaviors from the court staff. Presiding judge Genece Brinkley is accused of issuing the rapper such a harsh probation violation sentence because he refused to shout her out in a Boyz II Men song remake. Brinkley is also accused of asking the rapper to ditch his Roc Nation management in favor of one of her personal friends.

All of these claims against Judge Brinkley might work out in Meek's favor. TMZ claims a new judge recently ordered the release of docs could prove that the rapper's sentence was based on Judge Brinkley's bias.

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