MAN WHO SOLD DRUGS THAT KILLED RAPPER MAC MILLER SENTENCED TO 10 + YEARS IN PRISON

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Ryan Michael Reavis (age not given), was sentenced to 10 years and 11 months in federal prison for selling the fentanyl-laced pills that killed rapper Mac Miller in 2018. According to a report from ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE, Reavis was one of three defendants charged in the rapper’s death.

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Reavis and his other two co-defendants had been accused of selling counterfeit Oxycodone pills to Mac. Reavis said he was unaware that the pills were counterfeit because he was just a middle-man. U.S District Judge Otis D. Wright II’s almost 11-year sentence was more than prosecutors were asking for, according to the report. Reavis was also ordered to serve three years of supervised release with mandatory drug testing, after completing his prison sentence.

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