Schapelle Corby unveils stunning transformation

Schapelle Corby has turned her life around following her release from an Indonesian prison in 2014 and now makes a living as an artist. 

On Tuesday, the convicted drug smuggler, 46, shocked her Instagram followers when she unveiled a dramatic makeover.

The Gold Coast born clockmaker has said goodbye to her lacklustre jet-black locks, replacing them with a warmer, sun-kissed look. 

In an image shared to the social media platform, Schapelle is seen positively glowing as she gives the camera a knowing stare.

Her new caramel-kissed locks shine centrestage as Schapelle poses in the sunlight.

Schapelle Corby has turned her life around following her release from an Indonesian prison in 2014 and now makes a living as an artist. On Tuesday, the convicted drug smuggler, 46, shocked her Instagram followers when she unveiled a dramatic makeover

She captioned the glamorous image simply, writing ‘salty’ alongside the frame. 

Corby has been working as a clockmaker and influencer after being deported from Indonesia in 2017, after serving a reduced prison sentence and parole. 

She was infamously convicted of smuggling cannabis into Indonesia before being incarcerated for nine years at Bali’s Kerobokan Prison.

Following her arrest at Bali airport in October 2004, Schapelle said she did not know anything about the drugs that were found in her boogie board bag. 

After a series of sentence reductions, she was released on parole in 2014 and three years later was deported to Australia.

In an image shared to the social media platform, Schapelle is seen positively glowing as she gives the camera a knowing stare. Her new caramel-kissed locks shine centrestage as she poses in the sunlight

Last year, it was reported that Corby split from her Indonesian boyfriend Ben Panangian after 16 years together. 

She announced on Instagram that her long-distance relationship with Ben was over and that she was looking for her Prince Charming.

The couple met in a Bali prison in 2006 when they were both serving time for drug-related offences, but hadn’t seen each other in person since 2019.

Ben was released from prison in 2009, while Schapelle was finally paroled in 2014 and allowed to return to Australia in 2017.

The Indonesian government, however, permanently banned her from ever revisiting their country, which put a strain on their now long-distance relationship.

She captioned the glamorous image simply, writing 'salty' alongside the frame

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