Drug smuggler Schapelle Corby seen in hotel quarantine after leaving SAS reality show early

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Drug smuggler Schapelle Corby enjoys a stretch and soaks up the view from hotel quarantine in Brisbane after leaving SAS reality show early because she was ‘iced out’ by fellow stars

  • Convicted felon Schapelle Corby has been photographed in hotel quarantine
  • The drug smuggler was spotted at Rydges Southbank at Brisbane on Saturday 
  • Unlike other Aussies in isolation the 43-year-old has access to a hotel room with a balcony
  • She returned to Queensland after allegedly being ‘iced out’ of Channel Seven’s new reality show SAS Australia 

Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby was pictured enjoying a stretch on her hotel balcony at Rydges Southbank in Brisbane on Saturday.

The 43-year-old is currently in hotel quarantine after leaving Channel Seven’s SAS Australia in New South Wales early following allegations that she was ‘iced out’ by other contestants.

Corby appeared content with her decision to cut filming for the military-style show short as she soaked up the sun-kissed Queensland view from her balcony. 

In isolation: Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby was pictured enjoying a stretch on her hotel balcony at Rydges Southbank in Brisbane on Saturday

Schapelle kept things casual in a cropped navy top and a pair of matching underwear as she executed a few deep stretches from her balcony.      

Media reports suggest Corby left SAS Australia after the other contestants failed to warm to her.   

‘Some of the more high-profile celebs were fuming,’ an inside source told Woman’s Day, claiming many of the stars didn’t want to ‘associate with her’.

It has also been alleged that Sydney PR queen Roxy Jacenko was particularly unhappy the former Bali inmate was taking part.

Claims: The 43-year-old is currently in hotel quarantine after leaving Channel Seven's SAS Australia in New South Wales early following allegations that she was 'iced out' by other contestants

Claims: The 43-year-old is currently in hotel quarantine after leaving Channel Seven’s SAS Australia in New South Wales early following allegations that she was ‘iced out’ by other contestants

Reflecting: Corby appeared content with her decision to cut filming for the military-style show short as she soaked up the sun-kissed Queensland view from her balcony

Reflecting: Corby appeared content with her decision to cut filming for the military-style show short as she soaked up the sun-kissed Queensland view from her balcony

‘When [Roxy] learnt Schapelle was going on the series, she was not impressed,’ New Idea has claimed.

Their mystery source added: ‘Roxy wanted to be the alpha female, but Schapelle immediately stole her thunder.’    

Ex rugby player and Bachelor Star Nick ‘Honey Badger’ Cummins and cricket WAG Candice Warner will all feature on the show alongside PR Queen Roxy.  

While some Aussies may find hotel quarantine unbearable, Corby is used to being detained after spending almost ten years behind bars in Indonesia.

Home for two weeks: Corby is in isolation at the Rydges Southbank in Brisbane [Pictured]

Home for two weeks: Corby is in isolation at the Rydges Southbank in Brisbane [Pictured]

'Celebs are fuming': Media reports suggest Corby left SAS Australia after the other contestants failed to warm to her [Pictured Schapelle Corby in a promo for reality show SAS Australia]

‘Celebs are fuming’: Media reports suggest Corby left SAS Australia after the other contestants failed to warm to her [Pictured Schapelle Corby in a promo for reality show SAS Australia]

Legal woes: Since returning home in 2017 Corby has released a pop song, written a tell-all autobiography and become an unlikely Instagram sensation

Legal woes: Since returning home in 2017 Corby has released a pop song, written a tell-all autobiography and become an unlikely Instagram sensation

She was was sent to Bali’s Kerokoban prison after being caught trying to smuggle 4kg of marijuana into Indonesia in her boogie board bag in 2004.

Since returning home in 2017 she has released a pop song, written a tell-all autobiography and become an unlikely Instagram sensation.

Her latest endeavour involved participating in Channel Seven’s reality show SAS Australia.

The program puts stars through their paces as they attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian Army’s elite Special Air Service. 

Celebs were reportedly paid $150,000 for the two-week production, which was filmed in the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales. 

Sentencing: Corby was sent to Bali's Kerokoban prison after being caught importing marijuana into Indonesia [Pictured 2005]

Sentencing: Corby was sent to Bali’s Kerokoban prison after being caught importing marijuana into Indonesia [Pictured 2005]

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