Meek Mill and his legal team suffered yet another setback today when a judge denied his request for early parole. This is the same judge that denied a similar request from Meek and his team back in July, and eventually ruled that he would be jailed until, at least, September. That date now seems to have been pushed back, because according to NBC 10 in Philadelphia, the earliest date Meek can now be released is October 11. The judge also reportedly has ordered Meek to undergo anger management and parenting classes while he serves his time in jail.
Meek was originally sentenced to serve three to six months for a parole violation back in early July. Meek's legal team has reportedly asked that the state Supreme Court intervene in the case and grant bail to Meek so that he can get back to his career and support his young son. Meek's sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, was originally supposed to be released in September, but with his ongoing legal issues, that now seems unlikely.