Meek Mill could be heading back to prison.
The rapper previously served eight months behind bars after being convicted of drug dealing and possession of a gun back in 2008. Unfortunately for Meek, he violated his probation when he was arrested twice this year: first in March, when he was collared for fighting at a St. Louis airport, and again in August, when he was busted for driving recklessly through New York City on his dirt bike.
Meek, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek William, will be in court on Monday and is facing up to 20 months behind bars, TMZ reports. Though the airport charge was dropped and the rapper took a deal to dismiss the dirt bike case, it might not be enough to keep him out of jail. As TMZ pointed out, the judge on Meek's case has already made it clear that he's on thin ice; in 2015, the rapper was placed on house arrest for 90 days and his parole was extended to six years after he left Pennsylvania to perform in another state without getting the court's approval first.
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