Mac Miller's alleged drug supplier's arrest 'brought some sense of closure' to Ariana Grande; Deets Inside

It was earlier reported that Mac Miller's alleged drug supplier has been arrested for selling the singer counterfeit drugs. Sources have revealed Ariana Grande's reaction to the situation.
Mac Miller's alleged drug supplier's arrest 'brought some sense of closure' to Ariana Grande; Deets InsideMac Miller's alleged drug supplier's arrest 'brought some sense of closure' to Ariana Grande; Deets Inside
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Just a few days ago, it was revealed that the man who allegedly supplied counterfeit drugs to Mac Miller hours before his death has been arrested. The 28-year-old man, identified as Cameron James Pettit, was taken into custody. He has been accused of selling deadly oxycodone pills, cocaine and Xanax to the late 26-year-old rapper. At the time of his death, Miller's ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande took to social media to mourn his death. She also went on to mention him in her song, "thank u, next." 

With the recent development, fans hoped Ariana will share her thoughts on the arrest. However, she's chosen to stay quiet about it. Instead, sources close to the international singer has revealed that Ariana wants the drug dealer to deserve time "behind bars for contributing to the death of the rapper." According to the insiders, the singer feels "ANYONE who was involved in supplying Miller drugs should be charged and convicted." 

The singer reportedly found some closure with the arrest. While she is aware that this isn't the end of the case, but the arrest has "brought some sense of closure to her." For the unversed, Mac Miller passed away on September 7, 2018. The rapper died from a drug overdose at his Studio City home. After investigations, it was revealed that the musician's death was the result of counterfeit drugs.

Pettit was presented in federal court on Wednesday in LA. CBS Los Angeles reports Pettit has been detained without bail pending trial. If convicted, he could face a sentence of 20 years. Stay tuned to Pinkvilla for more updates. 

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