The dealer who supplied the late Mac Miller with counterfeit drugs that lead to his death has been jailed.
Ryan Reavis is one of three men that have been charged in connection with Miller’s death.
According to his attorney, Reavis was ‘not aware’ that the pills he supplied were counterfeit and he was just a ‘runner’ for the drugs.
They are said to have contained fentanyl, an opioid ’50 times more potent’ than heroin.
Miller was found dead in his home on September 7 2018.
Reavis was sentenced to 10 years 11 months.
He will also be supervised for three years upon his release.