Meek Mill has been ordered to serve his sentence on house arrest, according to WHYY Philadelphia reporter Bobby Allyn. Allyn was not able to live-tweet since the judge confiscated all phones and laptops, but he was able to provide a detailed update on Meek’s case on his Twitter account, which can be viewed above.
In short, Meek will have to serve a minimum of 90 days on house arrest beginning March 1. Though he will not be able to work for three full months, the judge has allowed him to do homeless charity work in the Philly area. “After 90-day house arrest, judge will decide whether he can work,” tweeted Allyn. “If he violates, judge will likely throw Meek in jail, prosecutor says.”