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Prosecutors say the guy who had supplied the lethal medications that killed the late popular singer Mac Miller pleads guilt and accepted a deal that could land him in prison for a long time.
The guy named Stephen Walter entered a guilty plea with the feds on one count of fentanyl distribution, according to court documents acquired by TMZ. Conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, the other drug-related accusation, was all withdrawn.
The prosecutors who had claimed Stephen Walter was the one who delivered lethal Percocet tablets to Mac’s alleged dealer, Cameron James Pettit, which caused the singer MM to overdose. As we have reported, James Pettit contacted Stephen Walter, who dispatched a runner to deliver them that fatal night.
In terms of punishment for this crimes, the documents state that he might face a maximum sentence of more than 20 years in jail, as well as a lifetime of supervised release and also pay a $1 million fine, However the Prosecutors want a sentence of 17 years in prison followed by 5 years of supervised release.
Also, there’s this… Stephen Walter pleading guilty indicates he was fully aware of what he was pawning that night which was counterfeit oxycodone tablets laced with fentanyl, according to reports by Officials.
Below is Picture of Miller with Pettit;
This post was edited and Updated on 27th Oct 2021, copyright validnewstoday