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Oh Brother! "Big Brother" Winner Busted for Selling Pills

Delray Beach reality show winner caught selling oxycodone



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    STUDIO CITY, CA - APRIL 27: Adam Jasinski is the winner of the "Big Brother Season 9 Live Finale" at CBS Studio Center on April 27, 2008 in Studio City, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

    Some would say you'd have to be on drugs to want to live with a house full of strangers and have your every moment videotaped for the world to watch and rate.

    For South Florida resident Adam Jasinski, thriving in that scenario is what drove him to the drug game. Jasinski was arrested over the weekend in Boston after police claims he tried to sell a sock filled with 2,000 oxycodone pills to a DEA informant, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

    Jasinski won the Big Brother 9 competition and the $500,000 prize that comes with it. But instead of using the money to further good will in the world or run up a tab on South Beach, the 31-year-old nicknamed "Baller" on the CBS show decided to invest in the pill pushing business, police allege the reality star admitted.

    Maybe this was a calculated move to get on one of those troubled reality TV star shows that seem to be popular these days. We could see Jasinski on a desolate island with Balloon Boy's dad, Blago and Jon Gosselin.

    Looks like Jasinski will get a chance to put his public relations skills to work again. The Delray Beach resident faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine.