The Ima Boss hitmaker, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, recently began serving his sentence for two-to-four years behind bars after violating his probation relating to a 2008 drug and gun bust.
She obeyed and on Friday (01Dec17), denied Meek's motion for freedom, branding him a "flight risk" and a "danger to the community".
Brinkley also said Williams was a "danger to himself due to his continuous drug use".
A reported investigation by the FBI into Judge Brinkley's conduct is ongoing.
McMonagle did not return a call for comment, and a spokesman for Philadelphia's First Judicial District declined to comment.
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And Brinkley's prison sentence has triggered fury among Mill's supporters - including the Rev. Al Sharpton and JAY-Z - saying Mill exemplified the abuse and overreach that has sent many to jail on minor violations just as they were trying to get their lives back on track after a prison stint.
Meek's lawyer went to court and asked for bail pending an appeal on his 2 to 4 year prison sentence for a probation violation.
"You have public outrage, but you don't have public outrage because people like his music", Tacopina told VIBE in a previous interview. TMZ reported that Judge Brinkley had a beef with Mill because he wouldn't do a shout-out to her in the middle of a suggested Boyz II Men remake.
Those allegations were made a part of the official record November 14 when McMonagle, who previously represented Bill Cosby, filed a motion asking Brinkley to recuse. Lawyers also took issue with the tactic of an attorney broadcasting dissatisfaction with a judge in the national spotlight.
Judge Genece Brinkley was ordered to act "without further delay" on the bail request, which was filed two weeks ago.