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Mac Miller Alleged Dealer Charged In Connection To Death

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Mac Miller was supplied with deadly pills that contributed to his tragic death.

Cameron James Pettit was charged on Wednesday after federal prosecutors alleged the 28-year-old supplied Mac with counterfeit oxycodone pills that contained fentanyl.

In a 42-page criminal complaint out of the Central District of California, prosecutors are claiming the late rapper asked Cameron for “percs” — a prescribed painkiller called Percocet — the pills were supplied to Mac which led to his death.

The charging documentation shows that authorities served search warrants at various locations linked to the investigation of Mac’s death. According to law enforcement, the drugs were delivered in two batches. One batch via a prostitute who allegedly supplied pure oxy, hydrocodone, Xanax, cocaine and amphetamine.

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Before the prostitute delivered their batch, Cameron allegedly made the first drop off, providing cocaine, Xanax and fentanyl-laced oxy pills. Prosecutors are claiming that Cameron messaged about Mac’s death on Instagram shortly after it became public knowledge.

He allegedly told friends that he shouldn’t post a reaction “just to be smart.” — allegedly later saying, “I am not great … Most likely I will die in jail” after he was asked how he was doing.

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