The life of Malcom James McCormick, better known as Mac Miller, ended on September 7, 2018 due to an accidental overdose with cocaine, fentanyl and alcohol, however, the story takes a turn 3 years later when Stephae Walter pleaded guilty last Monday, October 25.
Stephae Walter distributed the drugs and substances to the rapper’s dealer, Cameron James Pettit, and after his confession he could face up to 21 years in prison. After Miller’s death, there were three detainees, despite this it was Stephae who accepted a plea agreement with the prosecutors who have been leading the investigation so far.
Walter reportedly stated that: “he intentionally ordered Ryan Michael Reavis to distribute fentanyl in the form of counterfeit oxycodone pills to Cameron James Pettit” This on September 4, 2018.
The documents read that Walter stated that he “knew that the pills he ordered Reavis to give Pettit contained fentanyl or some other federally controlled substance, and at all relevant times he intended that Reavis would distribute the pills. pills to Pettit. Later that night, Reavis handed the pills to Pettit.
Shortly thereafter, Pettit distributed these pills containing fentanyl to Mac Miller“.
Once the above was declared, what led to the death of the “Circles” interpreter was the consumption of these counterfeit pills with alcohol, because according to prosecutors Miller “would not have died of an overdose if it were not for the fentanyl contained in the pills that Mac Miller had received from Pettit on September 4, 2018”
Now Walter will face a $ 1 million fine and 17 to 21 years in prison. “All parties agree that this is a fair and equitable disposition of the case” her attorney told Pitchfork. Reavis and Pettit have pleaded not guilty to similar drug charges and are scheduled to go to trial in March 2022, according to the website, Pitchfork.
Ryan Michael Reavis, was arrested on September 24, 2019, who faces charges of fraud and possession of drugs and weapons, and Cameron James Pettit, was arrested on September 4, 2019, who was struck with a charge of distribution of a substance controlled, are also involved in the death of the rapper.