Judge Genece Brinkley gave Meek Mill two to four years on probation violations.
Now she wants to take his money, too.
Last week, Brinkley hired lawyer A. Charles Peruto Jr. and is threatening to sue Meek and his team for defamation.
Meek's lawyers have been arguing that Brinkley is biased against Meek because he didn't rehire her friend Charlie Mack as his manager and wouldn't cover the Boys II Men track 'On Bended Knee" and shout her out in it.
Newly released court transcripts have been mixed on Mack. On the one hand, Brinkley explicitly states the court can't get involved in who Meek's manager is.
On the other hand, Meek’s probation ficer, the assistant district attorney, and Judge Brinkley made multiple references to Mack and problems with Meek’s new management after Meek fired Mack in 2011.
Meek's lawyers have called on Brinkley to recuse herself from the case. Now she seems ready to fight back.