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Rapper Mac Miller’s Drug Supplier Pleads Guilty In Court, Facing 20 Years In Prison

Oct. 26 2021, Published 1:50 p.m. ET

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The man accused of supplying the fentanyl that killed Mac Miller is ready to face the music.

Law enforcement sources say 46-year-old Stephen Walker has entered a guilty plea in his federal criminal case.

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He will accept responsibility for one count of the distribution of fentanyl. The government agreed to drop the second charge of conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance.

Walker is facing a maximum of 20 years in prison along with a lifetime of probation and a $1 million fine. In docs, the prosecutors argue that Walker should receive a 17 year prison sentence and 5 year’s probation.

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As Radar previously reported, Walker was one of three defendants charged over Miller’s death. The other two men are 28-year-old Cameron James Pettit and 36-year-old Ryan Michael Reavis.

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Recently, the defendants asked the court to push their November 16 trial date to March 1. They said they needed more time to go over the evidence the government submitted.

Walker clearly saw the writing on the wall and decided to plea out before going before a jury. The other two defendants are still rotting away in prison while they awaiting trial. Miller died on September 7, 2018 following an overdose at his Los Angeles home.

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A toxicology examination found Miller had fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol in his system. Police immediately launched an investigation into how Miller obtained the drugs.

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They examined his texts which revealed he reached out to Pettit asking for Percocet pills. Pettit then reached out to Walter asking for “10 blues,” which is a nickname for Percocet.

Walter then sent Reavis to run the drugs to Miller. The drugs were delivered to the rapper on September 7, only two days before he died.

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The investigators found a magazine covered in blue-colored powder, a rolled-up piece of paper, and a gift card. They found 6 pills left from the delivery.

Texts uncovered also revealed Pettit messaging a friend after Miller’s death. “I’m pretty sad and also a little worried,” he wrote. Police say the incident didn’t scare him too much as they accuse him of selling drugs with Walter weeks later.

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Miller’s family has yet to comment on the guilty plea.

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