‘BMF’ Actor Da’Vinchi Bailed Out Co-Star Lil Meech From Jail

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“Lil Meech”is back at work, apparently after his friend and BMF co-star Da’Vinchi helped him get out of jail.

Meech, real name Demetrius Flenory Jr., was being held in Florida on suspicion of stealing luxury watches from a Miami jeweler.

But on Wednesday, Da’Vinchi was shown with Meech in a video posted on Instagram. The two co-stars were standing together as Da’Vinchi said he bailed his friend out so they can finishing filming BMF.

“I just want y’all to know we just bailed my n-gga out,” Da’Vinchi said. “We gotta finish season 2.”

Meech then added, “My boy got me out though.”

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Meech said in the video his bail was $1.4 million, although the Miami Herald reported on Wednesday that the actor’s bail had been set at $150,000.

The BMF star was arrested last week and charged with two counts of first-degree grand theft and organized scheme to defraud.

The arrest came after he visited Miami’s Haimov Jewelers in February, where he placed a down payment on a Richard Mille watch by trading in his $80,000 platinum Rolex. But, he allegedly never went back to pay the remaining $200,000 balance and never made an effort to return the watch.

He did reportedly return later to get the loaned watch repaired, and to borrow an even more expensive Richard Mille worth $350,000, supposedly for a photo shoot. He was supposed to return that watch after three days, but allegedly ignored an agreement with the store.

Lil Meech is the son of former drug lord Demetrius “Big Meech” Flenory, and plays his father on BMF. Singer and rapper Da’Vinchi co-stars as his brother Terry “Southwest T” Flenory.

In real-life, the Flenory brothers created one of the most prominent drug trafficking organizations in the U.S. known as the Black Mafia Family.

In 2008, both brothers were sentenced to 30 years in prison. Demetrius Flenory is serving out his sentence at a federal prison and is scheduled for release in 2032. Terry Flenory was released to home confinement on May 5, 2020, because of health problems and the COVID-19 pandemic.