Meek Mill is becoming the new face of judicial corruption. Now a week after being released from prison, Meek will get docuseries on Amazon Prime Video.
The six-part docu-series will examine Mill’s “criminal justice odyssey” and will explore the detrimental and underreported consequences “long tail probation is having on urban communities of color,” Amazon’s release explained.
On April 24, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered the immediate release of the 30-year-old recording artist after he had already spent five months behind bars for violating probation stemming from a nearly decade-old gun and drug conviction when Mill was 19. He had been sentenced to two to four years back in November.
“I’m grateful for this unique opportunity to share my story and I look forward to collaborating with [Amazon Prime] on this incredible series,” Mill shared in the statement released by the digital streaming entertainment platform.