Former Big Brother 9 winner Adam Jasinski is begging to be released from jail. Jasinski wants out so badly, he’s willing to do just about anything, including moving back in with his parents under house arrest!
Adam Jasinski, who won $500,000 as the top dog on Big Brother 9, was arrested in October after reportedly trying to sell a government witness several thousand oxycodone pills. Jasinski allegedly used his Big Brother winnings to buy and resell huge amounts of oxycodone pills along the East Coast. He is currently facing up to 20 years in prison if convicted. Jasinski was denied bail because the judge in his case considered him a flight risk and a danger to society.
Jail apparently really doesn’t agree with Mr. Jasinski, who is literally begging to be released until his trial. In court papers filed in Massachusetts, Jasinski says he’s willing to move back in with his parents under house arrest,Â give up his passportÂ and even undergo counseling, if only the judge will let him go – please!
We say, let the idiot rot in jail – where he belongs.
Adam Jasinski, the winner of Big Brother 9, was arrested Saturday on drug charges. Jasinski was arrested after reportedly attempting to sell thousands of oxycodone pills to an undercover government witness.
Adam Jasinski – nicknamed “Baller” on the show -Â won $500,000 last year after taking the top spot on the ninth season of the CBS reality TV show Big Brother. Jasinski has reportedly admitted to authorities he has been selling drugs all over the East Coast for several months.
DEA agents arrested Jasinski Saturday night near Boston after he allegedly attempted to sell 2,000 oxycodone pills stuffed into a sock to a government witness. Jasinski reportedly fought with agents during the arrest andÂ threw the sock containing the drugs under a car during the struggle.
According to court documents filed Tuesday, Jasinski admitted to the DEA he had used his Big Brother winnings to buy and resell massive quantities of oxycodone pills. Jasinski could face up to 20 years in prison and up to a $1 million dollar fine if convicted.