Legal docs state Miller’s family gets more than $5 million in assets, including bank and brokerage accounts. Miller’s trust gave specific instructions to put his most personal items in the hands of his closet friends.
A friend named Dylan Rectenwald will get all of Miller’s music equipment and instruments, including a $5,000 guitar. Another friend, identified as Q Chandler-Cuff, will also get 20 pieces of jewelry, valued at tens of thousands of dollars.
Miller’s house furniture will go to Jimmy Murton, while Bryan Johnson will receive all of his clothing and electronics such as his TV, laptop, and iPad.
Miller died at 26 from an accidental overdose on September 7, 2018.
Cameron James Pettit, Miller’s alleged drug dealer, was arrested and charged in connection to Miller’s death earlier this month. He’s accused of supplying Miller with the counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl that directly contributed to his death.
Instagram DMs between Pettit and other people who were reacting to Miller’s death were included in the official criminal complaint.
“I think I should probably not post anything … just to be smart,” Pettit allegedly said in one of the messages. When asked how he was doing, Pettit allegedly replied, “I am not great … Most likely I will die in jail.”
Pettit’s arraignment is set for October 11.