Adam Jasinski won Big Brother the summer before last.
Given that twist of reality TV fate, it's appropriate, if ironic, that over the weekend, a government witness wearing a wire busted the "Baller" for drug dealing.
Even more ridiculously, police say the oaf used his $500,000 winnings, which he said was going to a charity for kids, to fund his whole drug dealing operation.
Hey, at least he's accustomed to living in a cramped space with a bunch of losers. That ought to be beneficial where he's going to be headed before long.
According to FOX 25 Boston, Adam Jasinski was busted Saturday by the DEA with 2,000 oxycodone pills during a botched drug deal in North Reading, Mass.
Unaware he was being set up, Jasinski pulled a pill-stuffed sock from his pants and handed it to his customer, and that's when cops swooped in for the bust.
Big Brother winner Adam Jasinski apparently went on to bigger and better things, using his reality TV winnings to set up a business slinging oxycodone. Nice.
Jasinski was thrown in the slammer and has since been charged with possession of oxycodone pills with intent to distribute. Adam has admitted to funding his illegal venture with his $500,000 winnings from the CBS reality show.
He remains in police custody until his next hearing on Thursday. Adam faces up to 20 years in the slammer and a $1 million fine if convicted of all counts.