Judge Genece Brinkley has approved Meek’s travel outside of Pennsylvania for scheduled business trips.



However, there are some conditions to this amendment.

Meek must submit his itinerary to the probation department 72 hours ahead of schedule.

In addition to this, Judge Brinkley is allowing Meek to live in Montgomery County. His previously bail conditions required a Philadelphia County address. Mill must meet other requirements, as well, including at least one urine test per month.

Meek Mill hasn’t done much press since his release, but he did sit down with ABC’s Lester Holt to explain why while he’s no longer in prison, he still doesn’t feel like a free man.