Genece Brinkley strikes again.
The judge who slapped Meek Mill with two to four years for probation violations -- and who Meek's team believes has a personal vendetta against the rapper -- has denied his request for bail as he appeals the sentence.
In documents obtained by TMZ, the judge says she rejected bail because Meek is a "flight risk" and "a danger to the community." She also suggested he used "Fast Flush" to pass his recent drug tests.
Meek's lawyers continue to argue that Brinkley has it out for their client. They think Meek first angered Brinkley by not signing with her friend, talent manager Charlie Mack. (A charge the FBI may be looking into.) They have also accused her of asking the rapper to remix the Boyz II Men song “On Bended Knee” and give her a shout out on it -- which he also refused.
It certainly looks like Meek won't be catching a break as long as Brinkley is on his case.