Allegations of a bizarre request by Judge Brinkley at a probation hearing fuel speculation by Meek's supporters that she is taking an unusually personal interest in Meek's case. She sidelines him from performing and prohibits him from earning money while he's on house arrest. The stresses of probation take a toll on Meek and events in his personal life spiral out of his control, including a fight and drug addiction. Meek rehabilitates himself and goes back into the recording studio, using his personal struggles to fuel his creativity. The result is his masterpiece, Wins and Losses. He begins promoting the album in New York, but a high-profile arrest for popping wheelies on a dirt bike brings him back into Judge Brinkley's sights. Although he is not charged with a crime, Brinkley schedules another probation violation hearing. This time, Brinkley's patience has run out. She orders that he be imprisoned for 2-4 years and Meek begins his new sentence in solitary confinement. Meek's ...