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Ryan Quicksall(left) was indicted in federal court in Columbus today for allegedly participating in a drug ring run by "Big Brother" Season 9 winner Adam Jasinski (right) and Matthew McDonald (center)  According to the indictment, Quicksall was involved in the alleged drug ring from April 2008 to October 2009. 

Quicksall, McDonald and Jasinski were allies inside the "Big Brother" house during most of Season 9 -- which ran from February 2008 through April 2008. Quicksall was the runner up to Jasinski. 

As we previously reported, Jasinski was arrested in October 2009 after cops say he used his $500,000 Big Brother winnings to fund a large oxycodone distribution ring. McDonald was arrested in April 2010 for being involved in the drug ring. 

Quicksall was previously arrested in December 2009 for refusing to pay for his burger king. 

If convicted of the drug charge, Quicksall faces up to 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine.