The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ordered embattled hip hop star Meek Mill released from prison on an unsecured bail, and ordered the trial court to rule on the rapper’s Post-Conviction Relief Act petition within 60 days.

Ruling on a King’s Bench petition filed with the high court last month, the justices issued a per curiam order Tuesday directing the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas to release Meek Mill, whose real name is Robert Williams, under conditions similar to the probation he had been serving until he was imprisoned last year.

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