Ariana Grande wants imprisonment for the dealer who allegedly sold ex Mac Miller fentanyl-laced drugs that killed him
The alleged drug dealer at Mac Miller needs to be detained because he contributed to the rapper's death.
That is the opinion of Ariana Grande, sources close to the singer who would like to TMZ on Saturday.
She believes that Cameron James Pettit – the 28-year-old who, according to Miller, contained counterfeit oxycodone pills with fentanyl – took advantage of someone addicted and should have serious consequences for his role in Mac's death.
She is angry: Ariana Grande wants Mac Miller & # 39; s alleged drug dealer to be imprisoned for contributing to the rapper's death. He was found at his home in Los Angeles on September 7, 2018
And she says that anyone involved in supplying drugs to her former boyfriend should be charged and convicted of contributing to his death from an accidental overdose.
The rapper and producer were not found by his personal assistant on 7 September 2018 in his home in the Studio City district of Los Angeles.
Miller was pronounced dead at 11:51 am on site due to a suspected drug overdose. He was scheduled for a video recording on the day of his death, 26 years old.
Prosecutors arrested Pettit and claimed that he was one of the three people who gave Mac drugs with fentanyl.
New love: Miller and Ariana, 28, seen at a Hollywood event in August 2016, dating from 2016 to 2018, and remained friends until his death
The other two may be a lady and a sex worker, also associated with Pettit and Miller, according to TMZ.
Sources also say that the recent arrest Ariana has brought some sense of closure, although she knows that this is not the end of the story until justice is served.
She and Miller, real name Malcolm McCormick, dated from 2016 to 2018, but remained friends after their split.
Cover up: the rapper and singer presented the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards backstage at Madison Square Garden on August 28, 2016 in New York City
Pettit is currently faced with a charge for the distribution of a controlled substance. But he could be hit with an increased indictment for drug trafficking resulting in death.
This levy requires more research, which TMZ said is currently underway.
Pettit was detained on Wednesday and is being held without a bond. He will be read next month.
Singing in pain: Ariana on stage in Lollapalooza on August 4 in Chicago, Illinois. Sources also say that the recent arrest of Petitt has brought her some sense of closure
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