LOS ANGELES (AP) — An Arizona man accused of supplying the seller who bought Mac Miller the medication that killed the rapper has agreed to plead responsible to a federal cost, prosecutors stated Wednesday.
Ryan Michael Reavis, 38, will admit to a single rely of distribution of fentanyl, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles stated in an announcement.
Reavis knowingly equipped counterfeit oxycodone drugs containing fentanyl to co-defendant Cameron James Pettit, 30, of Los Angeles, in accordance with a plea settlement. Pettit bought the drugs and different medication to Miller, who two days later suffered a deadly overdose, in accordance with prosecutors.
Another co-defendant, Stephen Andrew Walter, 48, of Los Angeles, agreed final month to plead responsible to at least one rely of distribution of fentanyl. Prosecutors stated Reavis equipped the drugs to Pettit on the route of Walter. Reavis and Walter are every anticipated to enter their pleas within the coming weeks.
The case towards Pettit is pending.
Reavis, previously of West Los Angeles, moved to Lake Havasu, Arizona, in 2019.
Miller’s assistant discovered the rapper unresponsive in his Los Angeles dwelling on Sept. 7, 2018, and he was declared lifeless quickly after.
Miller, a Pittsburgh native whose actual title was Malcolm James Myers McCormick, was a beloved and revered determine amongst hip-hop followers. “Circles,” his sixth and remaining studio album, was launched posthumously in 2020.