Ariana Grande’s ex-boyfriend Mac Miller found guilty of death

Defendant Stephen Andrew Walter signed a plea agreement on Monday, October 25. Walter will plead guilty to fentanyl distribution in a hearing on November 8.

One of the suspects in connection with Mac Miller’s death agreed to plead guilty in federal court. The rapper died of an overdose on September 7, 2018.

Defendant Stephen Andrew Walter signed a plea agreement on Monday, October 25. Walter will plead guilty to fentanyl distribution in a hearing on November 8.

In La Verdad Noticias we bring you the chilling details about his death from the fentanyl overdose and the 3 suspects currently in custody for the death of the rapper.

Walter faces 20 years in prison and a $ 1 million fine for the fentanyl distribution, but prosecutors agreed to recommend a 17-year sentence, a five-year probation period, and a special evaluation.

In a statement to E! News, Walter’s attorney, William S. Harris, said: “All parties agree that the agreed sentence contained in the plea agreement is a fair and equitable disposition of this case.”

The documents state that Walter ordered Ryan Reavis to give fentanyl “in the form of counterfeit oxycodone pills” to the third defendant, who, according to prosecutors, was Miller’s personal dealer, Michael Pettit.

The exchange occurred on September 4, 2018, 3 days before Miller’s death. Prosecutors say Walter knew the pills “contained fentanyl or some other federally controlled substance” when he distributed them.

The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-born rapper passed away at the age of 26 after beginning his musical career in the Pittsburgh hip hop scene in 2007. In addition to his music, Mac Miller was known for his relationship with Ariana Grande.

With information from The Truth News