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A third man has now been arrested for drug charges following Mac Miller's overdose at his home in Los Angeles in September last year

A third man has been arrested for drug charges following Mac Miller's death while revealing a text message showing the late rapper who asked for drugs in the days before he was overdosed.

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Stephen & # 39; Stevie & # 39; Walter was arrested Monday in Los Angeles for conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance in connection with Miller's death.

Miller, 26, died on September 7 last year of an accidental overdose of cocaine, alcohol, and fentanyl at his home in Los Angeles.

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Walter was contacted by Cameron James Pettit three days before Miller died and asked for & # 39; 10 blues & # 39 ;, which refers to the narcotic Percocet.

Pettit SMS & # 39; earlier with Miller.

A third man has now been arrested for drug charges following Mac Miller's overdose at his home in Los Angeles in September last year

A third man has now been arrested for drug charges following Mac Miller's overdose at his home in Los Angeles in September last year

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The rapper would Pettit to & # 39; percs & # 39; have requested, according to an SMS exchange in the court documents.

Pettit is said to have responded to Miller's request by saying: & # 39; I have some dilaudid 2 & # 39; s, but that's about it. I could get yellow and blue. & # 39;

Miller replied: & # 39; blues to percs? & # 39; to which Pettit reportedly said: & # 39; Yes 30s. & # 39;

& # 39; Those are my men, & # 39; sms & # 39; in Miller.

Miller then asked when he could get the pills and Pettit reportedly would & # 39; about an hour or two & # 39; said, and added that it would be $ 30 each.

& # 39; Is there a chance that I can get 10 of those 10 bars and a ball? & # 39; Miller replied.

Reportedly texting & # 39; to Pettit back: & # 39; Yes certainly … I will be back when I go to collect them.

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The police said that Pettit then contacted Walter to arrange the pills.

Ryan Reavis

Ryan Reavis

Cameron James Pettit

Cameron James Pettit

Ryan Reavis (left) and Cameron James Pettit (right) were both accused this month of drug-related crimes following Miller's death. The police claim that Pettit has supplied the drugs to Miller and Reavis acted as a runner between the dealer and Pettit

These are a photo of the drugs that were given to Miller a few days before his death, according to legal documents

These are a photo of the drugs that were given to Miller a few days before his death, according to legal documents

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These are a photo of the drugs that were given to Miller a few days before his death, according to legal documents

Allegedly, Walter sent a runner, Ryan Reavis, to deliver the pills to Pettit.

Pettit is then accused of taking the pills to Miller at 5:30 on September 5 – two days before he got an overdose.

Reavis, 36, was accused this week of possession of marijuana and medicines, weapons and fraud, but is not directly accused of causing Miller's death.

Arizona authorities and federal agents filed a warrant on Monday at the Reavis home in Lake Havasu City, where they said they confiscated prescription pills, marijuana, a doctor's prescription, a gun and two shotguns, large amounts of ammunition and a home-made firearm suppressor similar to a muffler.

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Reavis was detained on bail of $ 50,000.

Pettit, 28, was arrested in Los Angeles on September 4 on charges of federal drug trafficking.

Prosecutors said that two days prior to the musician's death he supplied counterfeit oxycodon with fentanyl delivered to Miller.

Miller and pop superstar Ariana Grande date about two years before they broke up in May 2018

Miller and pop superstar Ariana Grande date about two years before they broke up in May 2018

Miller and pop superstar Ariana Grande date about two years before they broke up in May 2018

Miller was not found in September at his home (upstairs) in the Studio City neighborhood in Los Angeles. 7, 2018 and later declared dead on the spot
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Miller was not found in September at his home (upstairs) in the Studio City neighborhood in Los Angeles. 7, 2018 and later declared dead on the spot

Miller was not found in September at his home (upstairs) in the Studio City neighborhood in Los Angeles. 7, 2018 and later declared dead on the spot

Miller, whose real name is Malcolm James McCormick, was not found in September in his home in the Studio City district of Los Angeles. 7, 2018 and later declared dead on the spot.

An autopsy determined that Miller had an accidental overdose of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol.

Fentanyl is a cheap, relatively easy to synthesize opioid painkiller that is 50 times more powerful than heroin that has played a major role in a devastating American opioid crisis.

Miller, born in Pittsburgh, first gained support for his party-like songs while he was a teenager, and crowned the billboards of the Billboard album with his debut album from 2011, & # 39; Blue Slide Park & ​​# 39 ;.

Miller was also a much sought after producer, with the pseudonym Larry Fisherman, and was posthumously nominated for a Grammy for his latest album, & # 39; Swimming & # 39 ;.

He spoke openly about his drug addiction in interviews and in lyrics.

Miller and pop superstar Ariana Grande date about two years before they broke up in May 2018.

Grande, 26, sings lovingly about him in her hit single & # 39; thank you, next & # 39 ;, referring to him under his first name Malcolm.

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