A Drug Dealer Who Gave Mac Miller Lethal Drugs Got Almost 11 Years in Prison
One of three drug dealers charged with the murder of Mac Miller was sentenced to ten years and 11 months in prison.
Malcolm James McCormick was found dead at his house in 2018. The autopsy report states an overdose of a mixture of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol. The rapper was 26 years old.
Mac Miller was well known as an artist. He gained popularity after he started a relationship with Ariana Grande starting from 2016 until his death. Back then, he spoke openly about his addiction problems.
On Monday, a Los Angeles federal court sentenced Ryan Michael Reavis for delivering pills that contributed to the singer's death.
The 39-year-old drug dealer says he had no idea the pills contained fentanyl, known as a powerful opioid that often causes overdose and death. He also claimed that he did not know that it was his pills that took the life of the performer.
He even asked to be released after five years in prison. The prosecution asked for 12 and a half. The verdict was only announced after the prosecution read a letter from Mac Miller's mother, where she said that her son would never have taken such a pill on purpose.
At the time of his arrest, Reavis had three types of weapons. It is also reported that he had a digital scale with residues of heroin and amphetamines.
In addition to jail time, the man was also sentenced to drug testing for three years after his release.
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