Due to appear at an event in London as well as partake in several modelling shoots, Meeks was prevented from entering the country by UK border officials on Monday.
Meeks’ manager Jim Jordan said he, the 32-year-old and Meeks’ wife landed in London but Meeks was detained by border officials at immigration before being turned away and sent back to the United States. He was police-escorted onto the plane.” Mr Jordan claimed Meeks was in possession of the correct travel documentation to enter the country and alleged he was interrogated for four hours, fingerprinted and strip-searched.
He reportedly landed back in New York City on Monday. “It was his first time in London and he was all excited, it was his big debut,” Mr Jordan said.
“He was on the right track for what we feel was going to be his new life. Hopefully this is just a setback and he will be able to come back from this.” In a video where he is seen walking through the airport Mr Meeks vents his frustration saying: “I’ve been denied.
A month later, under questioning by IAB, she denied any intimate relationship with the ex-boyfriend.
One filed a civil suit in 1989 against Burge, other officers and the city for police torture and cover-up; Burge was acquitted in 1989 because of a hung jury.
Following an internal investigation, Burge was suspended from the Chicago Police Department in 1991 and fired in 1993 after the Police Department Review Board ruled that he had used torture against suspects.
Jon Graham Burge (born December 20, 1947) is a convicted felon and former Chicago Police Department detective and commander who gained notoriety for torturing more than 200 criminal suspects between 19 in order to force confessions.
A decorated United States Army veteran, Burge served tours in South Korea and Vietnam and continued as an enlisted United States Army Reserve soldier where he served in the military police.