A woman was arrested Thursday in New York City in connection to the suspected fentanyl overdose death of Robert De Niro’s grandson, Leandro De Niro Rodriguez, Fox News Digital has learned.

Sophia Haley Marks, 20, allegedly sold Rodriguez, 19, drugs before he was found dead July 2 in his Manhattan apartment, according to a law enforcement source.

She appeared Friday in Manhattan federal court on three counts of narcotics distribution.

The complaint alleges that Marks peddled counterfeit oxycodone pills that were laced with fentanyl on three separate occasions.

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The grandson of Robert De Niro, right, died of a suspected overdose July 2 in New York City. (Drena De Niro Instagram/Getty)

On July 1, she allegedly sold Rodriguez, who is referred to as a “19-year-old male” in the document, three tainted oxycodone pills and two alprazolam tablets.

She allegedly warned him that the pills were dangerous.

After Rodriguez took one of the fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills, he died of a suspected drug overdose. Marks texted Rodriguez the next day “u good?” but didn’t receive a response, according to the complaint.

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She then sold a total of 50 fentanyl-laced oxycodone pills to an undercover police officer July 9 and July 13, according to the complaint.

The city medical examiner said in a statement that

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