Mac Miller Formally Accused of DUI To Hit-And-Run
Derivatives May 2018 incident.
Los Angeles, CA – Mac Miller was charged with two DUIs on Monday (August 20).
According to TMZ, the Los Angeles City Attorney's office charged Miller with two counts of DUI. The charges stem from an accident in May of 2018, Miller was involved. Miller was driving a 2016 G-Wagon in the San Fernando Valley and hit a power pole to fall. Miller along with two passengers fled the scene. A witness notified the police and they did a plate check that revealed Miller's home address. When police interviewed Miller, he admitted that he was driving under the influence, hit the pole and fled the scene.
At the time, Miller was charged with a hit-and-run, but now is being accused for driving under the influence and your blood alcohol content above .08.
The charges could potentially lead to jail but you're not sure why Miller is going to enter.
In music, Miller's new album, Swimming, debuted at number three on the Billboard Top 200 chart earliet this month and is ready to embark on her own tour in the month of October.
Read the HipHopDX review on the album here.