Almost a year after his tragic passing, a man has been arrested in connection to the death of Mac Miller.
The rapper overdosed in his Los Angeles home after taking a mixture of drugs, one of which contained fentanyl.
A criminal complaint alleges that Cameron James Pettit, delivered the fatal drugs to Miller, born Malcom McCormick.
"LOS ANGELES — Federal prosecutors have charged a Hollywood Hills man in connection with the death of hip-hop artist Mac Miller, who was found dead of a drug overdose nearly a year ago, according to a federal criminal complaint unsealed Wednesday."
BREAKING: DEA announces arrest of a Hollywood Hills man in connection to death of rapper #MacMiller. 23 y/o Cameron Pettit accused of selling #MacMiller counterfeit drugs containing fentanyl two days before he died of an overdose. Oxycodone, cocaine, & Xanax mentioned. @FOXLA pic.twitter.com/u1ojBsCoBU— Bill Melugin (@BillFOXLA) September 4, 2019
A Los Angeles man was arrested for selling counterfeit opioid pills to Mac Miller before the rapper died of an overdose.— AJ+ (@ajplus) September 4, 2019
Cameron James Pettit gave Miller fentanyl-laced pills, says an affidavit.
Miller was found dead in his home 2 days later from fentanyl, cocaine + alcohol. pic.twitter.com/goPzqUivoh
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