Stephen Walter convicts Mac Miller of fentanyl charges for supplying laced percussion pills

Three years have passed since the tragic death of Roommates, Mac Miller, and prosecutors are working to get justice for his untimely death. Although no one has yet been convicted in the case, the man prosecutors say Miller supplied with deadly pills has finally filed an appeal.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Stephen Walter entered a guilty plea in a count of fentanyl distribution, which resulted in an unfortunate overdose of Mac Miller. Although Walter did not sell the pills directly to Miller, prosecutors say he was the supplier who gave them to Mac’s alleged dealer, Cameron James Petit.

Prosecutors cited text messages between Walter and Petit, where they exchanged views on buying percocet pills. It’s not clear that Petit knew the pills were made before they were sold to Mac Miller.

Walter’s involvement in the shady deal has led to him being sentenced to more than 20 years in prison, life in custody and a possible fine of up to $ 1 million. However, prosecutors are reportedly recommending 17 years in prison and 5 years of probation.

Prior to his arrest in Miller’s case, Walter was released on custody from a previous drug case in which he was allegedly involved.

As we reported earlier, Walter was the third person to be arrested along with Petit and Ryan Runner, bypassing Mack, who allegedly delivered the pills directly to Miller.

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