REVOLT confirmed that as of 4 p.m. this afternoon (December 2), Meek Mill was freed from the Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility in Philadelphia.
Back in July, he was sentenced to three-to-six months in prison for a probation violation and due to the incarceration, was forced to delay the September release of his sophomore album, Dreams Worth More Than Money.
Earlier today, a representative from the Philadelphia DA's office also confirmed that a judge agreed to the Maybach Music Group rapper’s Tuesday release.
This confirmation comes after FOX 29 reported on the plans for a release this morning, reporting that Meek would be assigned to community service, anger management counseling, and, due to his probabtion, will not be allowed to travel outside of Philadelphia.
Welcome home Meek.
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