Is it really worse that Hotel K? Schapelle Corby breaks down in tears during a grueling challenge in new trailer for SAS Australia… after spending nine years in a Bali prison
Schapelle Corby’s reality TV debut certainly won’t be a walk in the park.
In a new trailer for Channel Seven’s upcoming show SAS Australia, the 43-year-old is seen breaking down in tears during a grueling challenge.
The promo shows a frightened-looking Schapelle lined up alongside her fellow teammates.
Tears: In a new trailer for Channel Seven’s upcoming show SAS Australia, Schapelle Corby (pictured) is seen breaking down in tears during a challenge
The convicted drug smuggler is on verge of a breakdown when she is confronted by former British Special Forces agent, Ant Middleton.
‘Why are you crying? Simple question,’ Ant shouts at her.
Schapelle does not give him a response, however she looks distressed as she shakes her head.
In a voiceover, Ant admits that the show is not for the fainthearted stating: ‘It will be such a shock to their system, they’re going to think they’re in hell.’
It’s not the first time that Schapelle has been seen to breaking down on the military-inspired series.
In another trailer, Schapelle is reduced to tears while being interrogated about her drug smuggling past.
‘How come a court proved you guilty?’ The convicted drug smuggler is on verge of a breakdown when she is confronted by former British Special Forces agent, Ant Middleton
This promo shows Schapelle sitting opposite Ant in a dimly lit room.
‘I fear interrogation. I have to get through it…’ a tearful Schapelle says.
‘This is not a game!’ Ant snaps, before asking: ‘How come a court of law can prove you guilty, and then you’re saying, “No, it wasn’t me”?’
Challenge: Schapelle Corby’s reality TV debut certainly won’t be a walk in the park, with one promo showing the 43-year-old jumping out a helicopter
Schapelle became a household name after she was arrested in October 2004 at Bali airport with 4.1kg of marijuana wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag.
She was later sentenced to 20 years in prison, but after a series of sentence reductions was released on parole in February 2014 after nine years behind bars.
She has always maintained her innocence, insisting the drugs were planted in her luggage by an unknown third party without her knowledge.
SAS Australia premieres Monday, October 19 on Channel Seven
Jailed: Schapelle was arrested at Bali airport in October 2004 after customs officers discovered 4.1kg of marijuana wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag. She was later convicted and spent nine years behind bars, but has always maintained her innocence