The shocking details of Mac Miller’s final days on earth have been revealed by authorities, just a few days after a suspect was arrested for allegedly selling the drugs that ended up killing the rapper.
Police on Tuesday arrested a man named Cameron James Pettit from Hollywood Hills, California and was charged on Wednesday, September 5, 2019, with one count of distribution of a controlled substance in connection with Mac Miller’s death.
The criminal complaint filed in the United States District Court in the Central District of California revealed Mac Miller’s final days. It was confirmed after his death last year that he passed away from “mixed drug toxicity” in an accidental overdose that included “fentanyl, cocaine and ethanol.”
According to the complaint filed in district court this week, the Pittsburgh native’s alleged drug dealer delivered him “counterfeit oxycodone pills that contained fentanyl” in addition to cocaine and Xanax on September 5, 2018.
Pettit was not the only person who visited Miller’s home in his final weeks of life. The complaint explained that a prostitute identified by the names of “Karla Mador” and “Carolina Cortez” also delivered “genuine oxycodone, hydrocodone, amphetamine, Xanax and cocaine” to McCormick hours prior.
The alleged prostitute was sent to Mac Miller’s Studio City apartment with drugs by a woman named in the complaint as Mia Pascal Johansson, who is also described as a “madam.”
The shocking documents include text messages obtained by investigators sent between Miller and the madam which allude to him “booking a girl” for hours.
“I’ll give you the g for free if you book a girl,” the madam allegedly said to the rapper.
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Pettit, 28, was arrested on September 4 by special agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration and officers with the Los Angeles Police Department. Shown here, he was charged with one count of distribution of a controlled substance.
Detectives claimed in the affidavit that Pettit was first put in contact with Miller months before his death through madam Mia Johansson, shown here. Text messages showed that Johansson and Miller corresponded about payments for the drugs through the Venmo app.
The complaint alleged that Miller owed the madam $3,000 for six hours of services with a prostitute. But the rapper claimed in a text that the two ended up hanging out while he worked on music. “I just wanted an extra hour but I guess I never told her to leave.
All the sudden in (sic) was 7 am,” Miller wrote, according to the complaint, adding, “I was just working and she was kicking it.”
The Police are still investigating the matter, after collecting some chat massages between the late rapper and the arrested drug dealer on how they transacted their business before the death of the rapper.