A drug dealer who allegedly supplied Mac Miller the deadly drugs that killed him gave him fake pills that were laced with the powerful opioid Fentanyl.
We obtained a picture of the blue pills supplied to Miller.
According to the charging documents, "On September, 7, 2018, after McCormick's death, law enforcement recovered a plastic bag from a coat hanging in McCormick's bathroom closet, which contained the following pills: 'six round blue pills imprinted with a 'V' on the side and '48-12' on the other (the 'Counterfeit Oxycodone pills containing Fentanyl.'"
It continues, "The six round blue pills imprinted with a 'V' on one side...tested positive for fentanyl, a synthetic opioid significantly more powerful than heroin."
Prosecutors included pictures of the remaining blue pills found in the rapper's home in their complaint.
As we reported, a man was charged with supplying Miller with the deadly drugs and is allegedly responsible for his death.
Cameron James Pettit was charged by federal prosecutors with one count of distributing a controlled substance.
According to the docs, Pettit and others sold narcotics to the late 26-year-old rapper, who later died of mixed drug toxicity involving fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol.
Miller ended up snorting the fake pills.
The complaint also included text messages from Miller to the dealer coordinating the drug deal.
Authorities also believe a large amount of drugs were supplied to Miller by a madam, who used a prostitute to deliver him the dope. These pills did not contain Fentanyl.
Pettit is facing 20 years in federal prison, if convicted on the trafficking charge.
He's due in court today for his first appearance.