Mac Miller’s Alleged Drug Dealer Charged For “Contribution” Towards Rapper’s Death
5 September 2019, 11:54 | Updated: 5 September 2019, 12:56
Mac Miller's drug dealer has been charged for selling the rapper fentanyl-laced pills. The Pittsburgh rapper sadly passed away over an accidental overdose.
The drug dealer responsible for selling late rapper Mac Miller fentanyl-laced pills has reportedly been taken into police custody.
On Sept 7th, 2018, Mac Miller passed away after an reported accidental overdose. After carrying out an autopsy, police found traces of alcohol, cocaine, and fentanyl in the rapper's system.
On Wednesday (Aug 4) Cameron James Pettit was charged over selling counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl to Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller.
Mac Miller was reportedly given the pills without knowledge of knowing entirely what it was. According to the documents, Miller asked for "perc" - short for percocet, a prescribed painkiller full of oxycodone.
The documents also allegedly cites some of Pettit's DMs, many of which were sent following Mac Miller's death. Pettit had allegedly seemed as though he opted to lay low and to "just to be smart" after Mac Miller's passing.
The documents also claim that the drug dealer was aware jail was a potential possibility, expressing concern that he would go on to "die" behind bars.
Pettit is one of three men accused of selling Mac the laced pills. However, it hasn't been revealed whether the other two men will be facing the same charges.