Los Angeles man accused of selling fentanyl to rapper Mac Miller before his death

Mac Miller He died in September 2018 and now a year later, a person has been charged for the rapper's death.

According to a report, a resident of hollywood hills called Cameron James Pettit was arrested for allegedly selling counterfeit pharmaceutical drugs containing fentanyl to Miller, two days before his death.

The report also indicated that Cameron was arrested Wednesday morning by special agents with the Administration for Drug Control Fusion Task Force.

Reportedly, Pettit agreed to sell 30 mg oxycodone pills along with cocaine and the sedative Xanax on September 4, 2018 night. However, he made the delivery the next morning. And on September 05, he sold the rapper counterfeit oxycodone pills which contained fentanyl .

Also, hours after the news of Mac Miller's death came out, Pettit messaged his friend saying, Most likely I will die in jail.

The report further added that another person allegedly supplied Miller with other drugs prior to his death, however, it didn't contain fentanyl .

Pettit would be sentenced for a maximum of 20 years in federal prison if convicted of the drug trafficking charge.

Picture courtesy: Mac Miller Instagram

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