Meek Mill’s Airport Assault Case Dismissed
Meek Mill's airport assault case has been dropped.
Meek was charged with misdemeanor assault back in March after allegedly getting into an altercation with two airport employees who wanted a picture with the rapper at St. Louis International Airport. Reportedly, they didn't get the picture, and felt a type of way. They began insulting Meek and his crew and that's where things quickly went south. An altercation ensued and both of the airport employees and Meek ended up with a misdemeanor assault charge.
Now, TMZ reports Meek struck a deal with prosecutors to have the case dismissed if he performed community service. This latest legal news comes on the heels of Meek beating his reckless driving case earlier this month, where again, he'll perform community service and have his record wiped clean if he doesn't get into any trouble for the next six months.
On the music end of things, Meek teamed up with Migos to finally release an official version of "Contagious" a few weeks ago and announced a deluxe edition of Wins & Losses.