PHILADELPHIA, PA - According to Meek Mill's lawyers, the judge presiding over his case, Genece Brinkley, is a bitter entertainment industry reject. TMZ reports that the labeling of Brinkley as a failed actress is the latest allegation to come from Meek's legal team.
Brinkley's lone acting credit dates back well over two decades ago when she starred in a TV movie titled Tell My Mom I Love Her, which aired in 1993. Interestingly enough, the made-for-TV flick also starred Dustin Felder, a man who reportedly has ties to Charlie Mack - a person who has become a focal point in the discussion of Brinkley's supposed vendetta against Meek. According to the lawyers, Brinkley allegedly pressured their client to leave Roc Nation's management for Mack.