Now, TMZ says Chavarria "irretrievably crossed the line" by writing the rapper that note, hence why she was relieved of her position in the court.
She went on to give her contact information and explained, "This will probably be my son's last semester at VCU if the tuition isn't paid for this year and unfortunately with my bad credit, I am unable to secure a loan or co-sign a loan for my son".
Wanda Chavarria slipped Mill (born Robert Rihmeek Williams) a note during his November 6, 2017 hearing, asking if he would help to fund her son's final college semester at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Chavarria, who worked for the Philadelphia court system for close to three decades, said Brinkley wasn't aware of the note before she delivered Mill's sentence. Anything you can do is very much appreciated'. Her actions are just the latest instance of alleged misbehavior in a case already rife with accusations of ethical misconduct.
According to city payroll records, Chavarria's annual salary was more than $43,296. Her son did however get to stay in school and will graduate in May.
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Brinkley has since found herself under fire for her past conduct with Mill, with his lawyers claiming she overstepped her judicial bounds multiple times.
Meek's lawyer is adamant that the judge is both prejudiced and unfair in her treatment towards him.
TMZ reports that a court transcript of the hearing in question, which took place in Brinkley's private chambers, show that Brinkley was not the person who suggested Mill hire respected music manager, Charlie Mack.
No transcript was made of a second private meeting that day in which the judge's request for the Boyz II Men song allegedly occurred. The Philly-bred rapper who rose from the streets to the top of the charts and an episode with Nicki Minaj, is now serving two to four years for violating probation.
He remains incarcerated in a state prison in Chester.