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Drug Dealer Accepts Plea Deal In Mac Miller’s Death By Overdose

Updated: Feb 24, 2022

Written By: Kaylee Samuels

Mac Miller, a famous artist, died at the age of 26. In 2018, when he passed, it was said to be a drug overdose.

As time has gone by, more information was leaked, and we now know his drug supplier had laced him with fentanyl. According to Miller's autopsy, fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol is what led to his tragic and sudden death.

Stephan Walter, Mac Miller's drug dealer, gave instructions that led Cameron Pettit to give Mac Miller ¨oxycodone pills¨ . The pills contained fentanyl and Walter had 100% known that, which makes him guilty.

Supposably, Walter used Ryan Reavis as a runner to supply the drugs with fentanyl to Pettit, and they were distributed.

On October 25, Walter had pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of fentanyl, a federal offense. There was another charge which was conspiracy to distribute, this had been dropped unfortunately.

Walter is sentenced to 17 years in prison, with 5 years of supervised release. Walter bail is set at 1.5 million dollars.

The two other men involved, Ryan Reavis and Cameron Pettit, both pleaded not guilty.

Now, a trial will begin on March 1st, 2022. Hopefully, if things go as planned, all people involved will plead guilty and the case will officially be closed.

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