Meek Mill baby mama pleads GUILTY to stealing $17 worth of food from ShopRite
Meek continues to take L’s. This time Meek Mill‘s baby mother, Fahimah Raheem, has admitted to stealing hot food and pineapples, worth $17, from Shop Rite in 2014. Was the struggle that real? While admitting to theft, Fahimah is now facing probation.
Bossip spills the tea
Fahimah Raheem quietly pled guilty to retail theft July 22, a misdemeanor, under a deal with the Montgomery County Pa. District Attorney’s Office. Hatfield Township Police arrested Raheem back in Sept. 2014 after a ShopRite security guard caught her on camera leaving the store without paying for two $6.99 containers of hot food from the buffet and $2.50 bag of frozen pineapples. The woman had had two small children with her when she stole the food, Raheem’s criminal complaint said – likely her two sons. Although she did pay for some items at the self-service checkout – frozen food, water and bananas – police said she moved the frozen pineapples and hot food directly from her cart into a shopping bag. She left the store, but cops were able to track her down because she used her price plus rewards card for the stuff she actually paid for. Meek Mill’s son’s mother initially denied ever being at ShopRite, and then claimed someone else used her rewards card. But cops fingered her as the pineapple thief by comparing surveillance footage to her driver’s license. She asked if she could just pay back ShopRite the $17 for the stolen merch, but the store’s management wanted to press charges.Raheem was initially charged with felony receiving stolen property, and felony and misdemeanor retail theft.
According to the documents, After pleading guilty Raheem was charged with retail theft while being with two small children. Over the summer Raheem took a guilty plea deal with probation being the most serious result of the case. She is order to be on two years probation, 24 hours of community service and pay the $17.32 in restitution. This is not Raheem’s first time stealing. She was charged in 2004 and 2010 for stealing