Mac Miller Drug Dealer Sentenced To 17 Years In Prison

Another man responsible for selling Mac Miller the fentanyl that contributed to his fatal overdose will behind bars for a long time.

Stephen Walter, 49, was handed a 17.5-year sentence after pleading guilty to distributing the fentanyl that ultimately resulted in Mac’s death back in September 2018.

Another man ⁠— 39-year-old Ryan Reavis ⁠— also pleaded guilty to a drug distribution charge and was sentenced to more than 10 years behind bars. The case against a third man by the name of Cameron Pettit remains pending.

As we reported, Miller died of a fatal concoction of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol and Walter told the courts and Mac’s family he was “truly remorseful” for his actions.

An April 2022 tweet from independent stats collector chart data claims Mac is the best-selling rapper of the decade so far, perhaps indicative that his popularity hasn’t wavered with the fans.

Following his death, a couple of biographies were released and there have even been talks of a movie chronicling his 26 years on Earth.

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