Meek Mill Gets 3 Months of House Arrest
Meek Mill had his day in court this week, where he was sentenced in his probation violation case, dodging jail time.
According to FOX 29, Meek (real name: Robert Rihmeek Williams) was handed 90 days of house arrest, as well as six more years of probation.
The rapper is not allowed to work during the three-month period, and can only leave his home for community service.
In court, prosecutors say the violations stem from Meek Mill's unapproved travels to New York for a concert and his efforts to join girlfriend Nicki Minaj in various cities.
Meek has been on probation for a 2009 drug and gun conviction.