Mac Miller's Drug Dealer Confesses, Facing 20 Years In Prison


After entering a plea deal and admitting guilt in court, Stephen Walter – the supplier who provided the fentanyl-laced opioids responsible for the death of Mac Miller – is looking at 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine.

TMZ reported:

Walter’s admission means he understood that the pills sold to Mac Miller were tainted and potentially fatal. The dealer entered a guilty plea to a single count of “distribution of fentanyl.”

His other charge was dropped due to the deal.


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