She’s always insisted she’s not interested in fame, but just hours before her hugely anticipated release, Schapelle Corby has opened her own Instagram account.
Whilst waiting for a reported 100 police officers to escort her to Bali International Airport ahead of her business class flight back to Brisbane, Corby shared her first post on social media – a picture of her two dogs.
This is the first time the embattled Aussie has spoken publicly in years.
Big thank you to my Bali family, neighbours and my brother inlaw Wayan. #realtime #abouttoleavwmyhomeof3years
Going to miss these two. My puppies #Luna&May
Her family denies that any media deals, for any kind of tell-all interview, have been done, describing reports that they sought $400,000 for an interview as rubbish.
The news comes as Denpasar police were pictured staging the enactment in preparation for Schapelle's high-profile departure, with three heavily armoured vehicles and countless guards lining the narrow streets of the Indonesian city.
This article originally appeared on New Idea.