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.
Mack has denied any relationship with Brinkley.
“I’ve spent more time talking to you than I ever talked to the judge,” he told Page Six. “There is no conspiracy, Meek is an old friend of 30-plus years.”
A clip from Tell My Mom I Love Her is below. (Brinkley can be seen at the 4:20 mark)
Brinkley is also accused of having asked Meek to remake the Boyz II Men classic, “On Bended Knee,” complete with a personal shout out. Attorney Joe Tacopina claimed the judge oddly showed up to Meek’s community service too.
Lawyers are hoping to get Brinkley thrown from his case and have filed documents requesting just that.