Mac Miller died at the age of 26 last year due to a drug overdose.
The 7 Rings singer has made her thoughts known regarding Miller’s dealer who allegedly sold him fentanyl-laced drugs that caused him to overdose. Sources close to Grande revealed to TMZ that she believes the suspect, Cameron James Pettit, 28, had taken advantage of someone who suffered from addiction.
In addition, she also reportedly believes that Pettit should be facing harsh consequences for taking part in Miller’s death. The 28-year-old man has been accused of providing oxycodone pills, Xanax and cocaine to the late rapper. Pettit has been taken into custody.
The arrest has reportedly brought Grande a sense of closure and still believes this isn’t the end to the justice to be served.
Petit could be facing “enhanced drug trafficking charge resulting in death” according to TMZ. However, the dealer is currently facing a charge of distributing the controlled substance.
Mac Miller passed away at his Studio city home on September 7, 2018. He was found unresponsive by his personal assistant. Furthermore, prosecutors claim pettit was one of three people who supplied Miller with the fentanyl-laced drug.
TMZ reported that the other two suspects may be a madam and a sex-worker who was associated with Pettit and the late rapper.
The Boyfriend singer and Miller, whose real name Malcolm McCormick, started dating in 2016. However, the duo ended their relationship after 2 year in 2018 but decided to remained friends.
Grande revealed in an interview with Vouge about her struggling after Miller’s death. “I don’t remember those months of my life because I was so drunk and so sad. I don’t really remember how it started or how it finished, or how all of a sudden there were 10 songs on the board,” she said.
In addition, she spoke about her relationship with the late rapper, “By no means was what we had perfect, but, like, fuck. He was the best person ever, and he didn’t deserve the demons he had. I was the glue for such a long time, and I found myself becoming . . . less and less sticky. The pieces just started to float away.”
Pettit, the dealer who supplied Miller with the substance that caused his death, is set to be arraigned next month.
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