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Ryan Reavis is one of the drug traffickers convicted of providing fentanyl-laced pills to Mac Miller in 2018, was sentenced to 10 years and 11 months in jail. In November, Reavis pleaded guilty to one count of fentanyl distribution.

According to Fox 11, in September 2018, Reavis delivered fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills to Cameron Petitt, who was supposedly Mac Miller’s narcotics dealer. Stephen Walter, who just pled guilty to distributing fentanyl, directed him to do so. Petitt sold the pills to the rapper shortly after receiving them, who died a few days later on Sept. 7.

According to TMZ, Reavis was initially detained in Arizona in 2019. When police apprehended him, they discovered a fake doctor’s notepad, according to police. They also discovered firearms and drugs, including prescription-only medications and marijuana, according to the police.

Reavis said he was the intermediate man in the issue throughout his trial. He also claimed, according to Rolling Stone, that he had no notion the tablets were fake. Later, the judge sentenced him to nearly 11 years in prison.

Karen Meyers, Mac Miller’s mother, gave a statement to the judge. She stated in the statement that her late son was not suicidal and would never consume fentanyl.

Ryan Michael Reavis, 38, of West Los Angeles, has consented to plead guilty to a single-count superseding information charging him with fentanyl distribution. He moved to Lake Havasu, Arizona, in 2019.

According to a plea deal announced today, on September 4, 2018, Reavis knowingly provided counterfeit oxycodone pills to co-defendant Cameron James Pettit, 30, of West Hollywood, under the direction of co-defendant Stephen Andrew Walter, 48, of Westwood.

In his plea deal, Reavis admitted to knowing the pills contained fentanyl or another banned narcotic. The pills did, in fact, contain fentanyl. Pettit gave the fentanyl-laced pills to 26-year-old rapper Malcolm James McCormick – who recorded and performed as Mac Miller – two days before McCormick died of a tragic drug overdose in Studio City on September 7, 2018.

Walter signed a plea agreement last month, agreeing to plead guilty to one count of fentanyl distribution. Both Walter and Reavis are anticipated to enter guilty pleas before US District Judge Otis D. Wright II in Los Angeles in the coming weeks.

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