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Court Clerk Fired For Trying To Get Meek Mill to Pay for Her Son’s College Tuition

A Philadelphia Court Clerk allegedly loses her job for asking Meek Mill to pay for son’s college tuition.

Pascal Mnyika

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Robert Rihmeek Williams aka Meek Mills’ case is still doing rounds as one of the most weird trials in history with reports suggesting that a court clerk was fired for asking the Rapper to pay for her son’s college tuition during the probation trial.


The woman identified as identified as Wanda Chavarria allegedly handed the Philadelphia rapper a note asking him for assistance in paying for her son’s final semester at Virginia Commonwealth University just before his sentencing reports claim.  The 30-year-old did not reply back, and shortly afterwards he was sentenced to two to four years for a parole violation.

“This will probably be my son’s last semester at VCU if the tuition isn’t paid this year,” Chavarria wrote in the note. “And unfortunately, with my bad credit, I am unable to secure a loan or co-sign a loan for my son. Anything that you can do is very much appreciated.”

She claimed she asked the “Litty” musician for the favor because of their shared connection to Philly. She reiterated that the judge who presided over Williams’ case, Genece E. Brinkley, did not know that she slipped the 30-year-old the note.

However, Williams’ lawyers claim that Brinkley knew Chavarria had asked Meek Mill for money, stating that the former clerk also asked for financial help verbally within “earshot of the judge.”

Gabriel Roberts, a spokesperson for the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, denounced the former clerk’s actions.

“The Philadelphia courts have always prioritized fairness, impartiality, and the highest ethical standards,” Roberts expressed. “The courts fully expect all employees to conduct themselves in a principled and professional manner so as not to infringe upon the neutrality of the courtroom.”

Chavarria’s note is not the first incident surrounding the case considering  before Williams was sentenced to two to four years in prison for parole violation last year, it was reported that Judge Brinkley made a series of unusual requests of Williams, including that he cover Boyz II Men’s “On Bended Knee” and shout her out on the track.

A case which is currently under FBI investigation over questions about Judge Brinkley conduct in Williams’ case.

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