Mac Miller's fortune will reportedly be split among his loved ones.
According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the late rapper left behind approximately $11.3 million in assets, which include property and royalties. The outlet reports Miller's family will receive more than $5 million in bank accounts and stocks as well as other unspecified assets, while his closest buddies will get some of his most personal—and expensive—possessions.
Miller's trust left instruction to give Bryan Johnson his collection of clothing and electronics, including a laptop and iPad; Q Chandler-Cuff will receive about 20 pieces of jewelry collectively worth "tens of thousands of dollars"; Dylan Rectenwald shall get Miller's music equipment and instruments; and Jimmy Murton will receive the rapper's furnishings.
The news arrives just 10 days after the one-year anniversary of Miller's death. The Pittsburgh rapper was found unconscious in his Studio City, California, home. A toxicology report released by the L.A. County Coroner's Office concluded he had died of an accidental drug overdose. Fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol were found in his system.
Earlier this month, Miller's alleged drug dealer Cameron James Pettit was charged in connection to the rapper's death. The 28-year-old is accused of supplying Miller with counterfeit oxycodone pills that contained traces of Fentanyl. According to a criminal complaint signed by Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Tommy Fung, Pettit indirectly delivered the drugs to Miller on Sept. 5, 2018. "Hours after reports of [Miller's] death became public, Pettit told a friend that he would die in jail," the document read.
Pettit is now awaiting trial for a drug trafficking charge that could result in a 20-year prison sentence.