According to reports, Hart visited Meek for the first time at a high-security Philly prison.
Kevin was spotted entering Chester SCI in Philadelphia with a few members of his team by his side. It’s the Philly-born comedian’s first time stepping foot into the prison. Hart’s among several celebs, politicians, artists and athletes to visit Meek — the list includes Rev. Al Sharpton, James Harden, members of the 76ers and Robert Kraft. Nearly all of the meetings have been set up by Michael Rubin, co-owner of the 76ers. (TMZ)
Earlier this month, Hart talked about getting a chance to speak to Meek during his prison stint.
Last week, New York radio personality Angie Martinez revealed what she learned from talking to Meek’s camp.
“The judge said, ‘We’ll have to have a hearing to decide.’ She schedules that for 60 days from now. So he has to wait 60 days so he can go through this again. Now there’s 83 cases that are now up for trying to figure out what’s going on here because of this one cop who put all these people away. So all these people go on Friday. All of the cases, I think 83 in total, 82 of them go sit to this other higher judge. They will go on Friday to see if their cases will get thrown away. Everybody are speculating that a lot of these people are just gonna walk on Friday but not Meek. He’s the only one of the 83 that has to go back to the original same judge in 60 days to review this all over again. So Meek’s team has now put in an emergency motion to go to a higher court to say this is crazy. Even the DA is saying this cop’s dirty. You can’t keep people inside and they only reason they’re there is because of this one cop. There are other things like if they got caught with 20 keys and the cop, then they might still be there. But if they’re only there because of this cop, then we have to look at this. That’s what I got today. So Friday it’ll be interesting to see because all of those other cases go to the judge, the other judge, not Meek’s personal judge. Everybody but Meek goes to another judge to see if they get overturned. Prayers up for Meek.” (“The Angie Martinez Show”)