There are some conditions to this amendment. For example, Meek must submit his itinerary to the probation department 72 hours ahead of schedule.
In addition to this, Judge Brinkley is allowing Meek to live in Montgomery County. His previously bail conditions required a Philadelphia County address. Mill must meet other requirements, as well, including at least one urine test per month.
Brinkley amended the bail conditions on Friday. That same night, Mill was out in New York City with Philadelphia 76ers owner Michael Rubin. The two reportedly met with Roc Nation management over dinner.
Mill walked out of prison on Apr. 25 following a lengthy battle over his release on bail. Rubin picked him up in a helicopter and made him an honorary guest at the 76ers’ playoff game against the Miami Heat.
“I haven’t slept a minute since I got out of prison,” Meek told “NBC Nightly News.” “It’s like a culture shock coming from a small cell back into the real world, so I think my body has to adjust.”
Despite this, he said he doesn’t feel free. “I don’t feel free,” he explained. “I ain’t felt free since I caught this case at the age of 19. I’m 30 now. I pray, I believe God is my first lawyer. I always believed that and I got a strong team behind me…There’s a lot of light shed on my situation.”