The sensational American rapper, Mac Miller, passed away on 7th September 2018 due to an accidental drug overdose. And it has come into the media that the man who led to this rapper’s death has finally been caught. Cameron James Pettit, a 28-year-old man, was arrested on 11th September 2019 (Wednesday) on a federal drug charge. Cameron has been accused of selling drugs to Mac Miller and many others like him. it was finally Mac Miller’s death which led to the arrest of Cameron Pettit.
Here are some more details on as to why Cameron Pettit was arrested :
Not only had Cameron Pettit had committed the crime of dealing with drugs but he jas also been accused of selling Mac Miler counterfeit oxycodone pills than fentanyl. Fentanyl is a deadly opioid that is said to be 50 times stronger than heroin.
According to the sources, Miller had asked for 30-milligram oxycodone pills, as well as cocaine and Xanax, to which Cameron has agreed. The delivery had been made allegedly in the early hours of the morning at the doorstep of Mac’s residence. The delivery was made on 5th September 2018. Also, according to the search affidavit, the rapper had also obtained drugs from another source on the same night. The inside intel says that this ‘another source’ was a prostitute with whom Mac spent the night and procured the drugs. However, the DEA investigators claim that these drugs were not laced with fentanyl.
Pettit will be shown in front of the federal court for his offences on the afternoon of 11th September. Soon after Miller’s death came into the news, Cameron James Pettit decided to flee the country. He sent a text on Instagram to his buddy saying, “Most likely i will die in jail. I’m gonna get off the grid. Move to another country.”
Some inside information on Mac Miller’s death :
Mac Miller’s autopsy revealed that his death had been caused by an excessive amount of alcohol, cocaine and fentanyl in his system.
Mac Miller had been struggling with his addiction since he was 26 years old. In fact, his relationship with Ariana Grande ended only a few months before his death, and it ended because of his addiction. Miller had been charged with DUI a few weeks before his death.