Nearly three years after the tragic death of Mac Miller, the drug dealers accused of selling the counterfeit pills that killed him are finally going on trial.
It was reported that Mac’s death was due to mixed drug toxicity with cocaine, fentanyl, and alcohol found in his system when he was pronounced dead.
A year later, Cameron James Pettit, Andrew Walter and Ryan Michael Reavis were charged with providing the rapper with the drugs. It was later identified that the substances were counterfeit and laced with fentanyl.
The defendants continued to sell narcotics after Miller’s death and the three men were held without bail for over two years in Los Angeles. Their trial is now set to begin on November 16, 2021.