Who is Cameron James Pettit? – Mac Miller Drug Dealer

Cameron James Pettit is a Hollywood Hills Man who has been arrested for alleged selling of drugs fentanyl filled pills to Mac Miller. As a result, Mac was found dead in his Los Angeles home on 7 September 2018.

Pettit was arrested on Wednesday on the charge of distribution of a controlled substance. Get to know about drug dealing scandals that led to the death of Mac Miller in the following article.

Who is Cameron James Pettit?

Cameron James Petitt is a 28-year-old man who originally hails from the Granite Bay, California. According to his Instagram post, he is a chef by profession. Furthermore, his Instagram reveals that he is the executive chef of Sayers Club. Likewise, Cameron also worked as an executive chef at Simple Foods.

Image of Chef, Cameron James Pettit

Chef, Cameron James Pettit

He has also been arrested twice before. Pettit was charged for false identification of a peace officer, possession of a switch-blade knife and booked for felony illegal possession of a controlled substance as well. He also has had charges for handling a fake gun in a threatening way in 2010 along with petty theft.

For both the crimes committed, Cameron was sentenced to 30 days of probation and three years of probation.

Mac Miller alleged Drug Dealer.

Cameron James Pettit is suspected to be the drug dealer for Mac Miller. As per the Tommy Fung, a DEA Special Agent’s written complaint filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office at the Central District of California on 4th September, he is accusing of giving Mac Miller pills (oxycodone) that were faked and had several fentanyl traces in it. Furthermore, the Prosecutors revealed that Cameron delivered the deadly pills to Mac 2 Days before his untimely death.

Image of Cameron James Pettit and Mac Miller

Cameron James Pettit and Mac Miller

Miller’s autopsy concealed that his cause of death was the result of a mixture of alcohol fentanyl, cocaine. Cameron was taken into the custody and booked for distributing the controlled substance. If proven guilty, he could face charges for drug trafficking that could see him as much as 20 years of federal jail time.

The complaint was filed almost a year before after Mac Miller death on 7 September 2018.

Cameron James Pettit Social Media

By looking at his pictures on his Instagram, Cameron James Pettit seems to highly active on his Instagram rather than other social media like Twitter and Facebook.

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