Cameron James Pettit Charged In Connection With Mac Miller's Death


The manner of death was certified as accidental, although it was later determined that the 26-year-old rapper died from an overdose of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl, according to medical records. According to a toxicology report from a year ago, Miller died as a result of accidentally overdosing on alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl.

Federal prosecutors have charged a 28-year-old man in connection with the death of Mac Miller, who died last year at the age of 26.

Prosecutors allege that Pettit sold Miller the pills two days before the rapper's death, and after Pettit's friends direct messaged him about his death on Instagram, he voiced his concern about the situation. Two days earlier, Pettit delivered to Miller counterfeit oxycodone pills that contained fentanyl, cocaine, and Xanax.

Cameron James Pettit, 28, allegedly supplied Miller with counterfeit oxycodone pills containing fentanyl. While another individual allegedly supplied Miller with other drugs prior to his death, those narcotics drugs did not contain fentanyl, according to the affidavit. The U.S. Attorney's office alleges that Pettit actually supplied Miller with pills that were laced with fentanyl. He followed up with, "I'm gonna get off the grid".

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Pettit was taken into custody Wednesday morning.

They claim that when Pettit had not immediately responded to Mac for a second delivery, he hit up the madam, who sent the prostitute to leave him the additional drugs. However, DEA investigators do not believe those drugs included fentanyl.

He is expected to make his first court appearance on Wednesday afternoon in United States District Court in Los Angeles.

Daniel C. Comeaux, DEA Los Angeles Deputy Special Agent in Charge, said: "While the death of any victim of the opioid epidemic is tragic, today's arrest is another success for the DEA's HIDTA Fusion Task Force".