Big Brother 9 winner Adam Jasinski has been charged with possession of and intent to distribute oxycodone after trying to sell 2,000 pills of the painkiller to an undercover government witness, according to The Associated Press.
Jasinski, 31, was arrested as Saturday after he flew to Boston and showed the witness a sock that contained two plastic bags filled with oxycodone. Agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration then arrested the reality star after a slight struggle.
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According to an affidavit, the reality show champ admitted to using the $500,000 he won on Big Brother to fund his drug purchases. He said he'd been selling the drugs along the East Coast for the past several months, according to the AP.
Jasinski faces a maximum of 20 years behind bars as well as a possible $1 million in fines.