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.
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.
Gabriel Roberts, a spokesperson for the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, denounced the former clerk's actions.
Chavarria writes "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 cosign a loan for my son".
Chavarria's letter is just the latest questionable element to come out of a case that has been plagued with scandal. "Anything you can do is much appreciated". To the contrary, she tried distancing herself, saying she was not going to get involved in terms of who should manage or advise him.
In the weeks since, Mill's lawyers have appealed the sentence and sought to remove Brinkley from the rapper's case, which she has overseen for more than a decade since his 2007 arrest on drug and gun charges.
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Meek was denied bail on 4 December and Judge Genece called him a 'danger to the community'.
Mill, who was initially in solitary confinement because of his celebrity status, is serving two to four years in prison because of parole violations.
Also, Brinkley emphatically stated for the record she wanted no parts of where or who Meek was getting managed by.
Brinkley is now under investigation for partial treatment of Mill, who remains behind bars at the State Correctional Institution in Chester, Pennsylvania.