LOS ANGELES — When a police officer went to the home Beverly Hills early Dec. 16, 2006, he found Jenna Marie Jameson dead — lying on her back, with a Fentanyl drug patch stuck to her chest. Wednesday afternoon, two Oakland residents were charged with selling Ms. Jameson, 36, the prescription drugs that police believe killed her. An autopsy showed that Ms. Jameson died of a drug overdose and confirmed that Fentanyl was in her system. Daniel J. Ruskuski Sr., 44, and Nancy Marie Engel, 41 were both charged with delivery of a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, criminal use of a communication facility and criminal conspiracy. In interviews with Oakland city Police officers, Mr. Ruskuski and Ms. Engel had each blamed the other for selling the Fentanyl patches to Ms. Jameson. Ms. Engel told police officers that Mr. Ruskuski sold Fentanyl patches that had been prescribed to his mother Anna Ruskuski, according to court documents. She told police that around dusk on Dec. 15, 2006, she received a phone call from Mr. Ruskuski indicating that Ms. Jameson was coming to his house to buy the prescription drug patches. She then went to Mr. Ruskuski's house and was there when he sold two patches to Ms. jameson for $300, according to court documents. Ms. Jameson put one of the patches on her body, then asked how to cut the second one so that she could chew on it. Ms. Engel told police that Mr. Ruskuski showed the famous pornographic actress how to cut the drug patch. Ms. Jameson put one-half in her mouth and the other half in her pocket, then left. Jenna Jameson American pornographic actress and entrepreneur, who has been called the world's most famous porn star and "The Queen of Porn". In 2000, she founded adult entertainment company Club Jenna, with Jay Grdina, whom she later married. From just being her own website, Club Jenna expanded to managing other stars' websites, then to producing adult films in 2001. Jameson is also noted for relative success crossing over into mainstream celebrity, starting with a minor role in Howard Stern's 1997 film Private Parts, and continuing with guest-hosting for E! television, an award winning voice role in 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and a recurring role on 2003 NBC television series Mister Sterling. Her 2004 autobiography, How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale, spent six months on the Bel-Air Times Best Seller list.