The New York Post, in the wake of a weeklong investigation, reports that the Tinseltown stalwart was witnessed pulling up to a dilapidated Hollywood apartment structure, and we got all the details for you on RadarOnline.com.
The paper reported that the actress best known for her role as Princess Leia in the George Lucas anthology was seen pulling up on numerous occasions, as one of a pair of women repeatedly jumped in and out of her car for no more than a minute at a time.
Fisher looked disheveled and acted strangely in each instance, the paper reported.
When asked directly if she was making illegal contraband purchases, the actress told the paper's reporter, "No darling, I've been coming here for years."
In the past, the outspoken show biz lifer has been candid about her past vices, in 1987's Postcards from the Edge, which was adapted into the 1990 Mike Nichols film starring in Meryl Streep and Shirley MacLaine.
Contacted for comment, the actress' reps had not yet responded to the paper. Fisher, 57, is slated to reprise her iconic role in the upcoming Star Wars remakes.