Meek Mill is reportedly looking at up to 20 months jail time after breaking probation in his drugs and weapons case.
The 30-year-old star will attend a court hearing on Monday, after violating the terms of his probation, according to TMZ.
The hip-hop artist – real name Robert Williams – has had a number of run-ins with law and was arrested for fighting at a St. Louis international airport in March, where he was said to have got into an altercation with a fan.
The 30-year-old had the misdemeanour charges thrown out on October 23, with Meek’s lawyer, Joe Tacopina, telling TMZ that the charges would be dropped if the star performed the number of community service hours agreed in the deal.
Meek completed his community service at the Veteran’s Association in Philadelphia.
While the charges were dropped, they did breach the terms of his ongoing drug and weapons case.
Meek is no stranger to feeling the long arm of the law, in 2015 he was put on house arrest after leaving Pennsylvania for a show without getting approval from the court.
In the grand scheme of things, his recent arrests are for crimes far more severe than contravening a travel ban, meaning he is likely to endure a more severe punishment than house arrest.