Schapelle Corby has swapped a prison cell in a private villa, spending her first night of freedom in a luxury resort.
Schapelle Corby has swapped a prison cell for a private villa, spending her first night of freedom at a luxury resort in Seminyak.
There were chaotic scenes as she was released from Bali's Kerobokan Prison, nine years since being locked up for drug smuggling.
Free at last.
(ALL SHOUT) .
but keen to stay under wraps.
Schapelle Leigh Corby walks from Bali's Kerobokan Prison where she's spent the last nine years and four months for a crime she's always insisted she did not commit.
An emotional moment for the 36-year-old.
She very quiet, crying, and he said that she is trauma.
A celebration back home at her mother's house near Brisbane where the champagne was flowing.
I started screaming and crying and dry-reaching, I've never felt those feelings before.
With all the formal documents signed and parole conditions read, Australia's most-talked-about woman was whisked away - not to her sister, Mercedes, home in Kuta but to the Sentosa Seminyak resort, boasting plush spa villas.
It's thought she stayed there overnight, unwinding with some close friends.
She's signed papers agreeing: Each month she'll have to return to the prosecutor's office where she'll be fingerprinted.
While Corby will use her sister's compound as a home base and work designing bikinis at Mercedes' surf shop, she is free to travel around Indonesia.
But the big question now is how will she cope with life on the outside.