Man Arrested For Involvement In Mac Miller’s Death

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Last Wednesday, two days before the one year anniversary of Mac Miller’s death, drug dealer Cameron James Pettit was arrested for selling fentanyl laced percocet.

Days after Malcolm James McCormick was found unresponsive, Pettit reportedly told friends “I am not great…most likely I will die in jail.” He also said he would not be posting anything regarding Miller’s overdose “just to be smart.” Pettit allegedly planned on leaving the country.

Shortly before his death, ruled an “accidental” overdose from a mix of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol, Miller asked Pettit for percocet, cocaine, and xanax. Only the percocet wasn’t just oxycodone. It was fentanyl.

Fentanyl is an opioid nearly 50 times stronger than heroin. Along with Mac Miller, fentanyl is responsible for the deaths of Lil Peep, Tom Petty, and Prince.

Pettit has been charged with one federal count of distribution of a controlled substance and is currently being held without bail. His arraignment is set for October 11 and could face a maximum of twenty years if convicted.