drug dealer involved in the 2018 death of rapper Mac Miller was sentenced to 131 months in prison

Ryan Michael Reavis had confessed in a Los Angeles federal court that he served as a middle man in the deal

He copped to acquiring the pills from one drug dealer, then passing them off to a third party

Reavis, 39, told the court he was unaware the pills contained the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl

Reavis reportedly told the court he felt “terrible” Miller died and sympathized for the performer’s grieving family

Prosecutors claimed Reavis was in possession of three firearms, including an untraceable “ghost gun

Stephen Andrew Walter, 48, pleaded guilty to directly supplying Miller with the pills that killed him

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