Doctor: Anna Nicole Smith was an addict

LOS ANGELES - A psychiatrist who treated Anna Nicole Smith for drug dependency testified Tuesday the former Playmate fit the legal definition of an addict.

However, under questioning by a judge, Dr. Nathalie Maullin said she never used the words 'addict' or 'addiction' when discussing the celebrity model's problems with her, her personal doctor Sandeep Kapoor or her boyfriend-lawyer Howard K. Stern.

Stern, Kapoor and Dr. Khristina Eroshevich are charged with conspiring to provide controlled substances to Smith. All have pleaded not guilty.

Palin to appear on Oprah's show

CHICAGO - Sarah Palin is going to sit down with Oprah Winfrey.

Harpo Productions announced Tuesday that the former governor of Alaska and Republican vice presidential candidate will appear on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' on Nov. 16.

According to Harpo, the interview will be Palin's first about her new book, 'Going Rogue: An American Life,' and it will be the first time Palin and Winfrey will meet.

Palin's book was No. 4 on's best-seller list on Tuesday. It's slated to be released Nov. 17, the day after Palin's interview with Winfrey.

'Big Brother' champ accused of selling drugs

BOSTON - The ninth-season winner of the reality TV show 'Big Brother' told a federal agent that he used his $500,000 prize to buy thousands of oxycodone pills and resell them, authorities said.

Adam Jasinski, 31, of Delray Beach, Fla., has been charged with attempting to sell 2,000 pills in Massachusetts to a government witness.

Federal prosecutors said Jasinski was arrested Saturday after he flew to Boston and showed the witness a sock containing two plastic bags filled with oxycodone, a powerful painkiller that is a popular street drug because of its euphoric effects.

As agents tried to arrest Jasinski at a strip mall in North Reading, he struggled and threw the sock under a car parked nearby, Todd Prough, a special agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, said in an affidavit filed in court.