By the Cameron–Martin theorem, if a function f is in the Dirichlet space D, then B + f has the same a.s. properties as standard Brownian motion, B. In this paper we examine properties of B + f when fD. We start by establishing a general 0-1 law, which in particular implies that for any fixed f, the Hausdorff dimension of the image and the graph of B + f are constants a.s. (This 0-1 law applies to any Lévy process.) Then we show that if the function f is Hölder(1/2), then B + f is intersection equivalent to B. Moreover, B + f has double points a.s. in dimensions d ≤ 3, while in d ≥ 4 it does not. We also give examples of functions which are Hölder with exponent less than 1/2, that yield double points in dimensions greater than 4. Finally, we show that for d ≥ 2, the Hausdorff dimension of the image of B + f is a.s. at least the maximum of 2 and the dimension of the image of f.