Schapelle Corby remains out of sight at a luxury hotel, while her sister has hit back at claims she has sold her story.
Schapelle Corby remains out of sight at a luxury resort, two days after she was released from Kerobokan jail.
Mercedes Corby has hit out at claims her sister's sold her story to the highest bidder.
Michelle Tapper is in Seminyak.
Good morning, Michelle.
Still a big security presence there?
They are on bikes, on foot and in cars.
It's a fairly big compound, these luxury Villas behind me with 4m high walls.
Security is almost as tight here as it is in Kerobokan Prison.
Score has been in lockdown for 48-hours.
She doesn't need to leave.
Everything she could possibly want is behind these walls.
More than 40 luxury Villa, three to four bedrooms, their own private pool.
Well away from prying eyes.
They have a chef on call, even a gym for a bit of exercise.
And I talked with some Australian women heading out for a walk this morning who say there is no reason to leave but security is tight.
Let's look at what they had to say.
We haven't seen anybody.
It's been fantastic there.
It's very relaxing, it hasn't disturbed us, we are not even aware that she is there - apart from the extra security and crews outside.
What has the family had to say about the Schapelle Corby interview?
They are fairly furious of the figures flying around.
Mercedes released a statement yesterday saying that the figure is rubbish.
When she is ready to tell her first interview, she will go with a network that she respects, and somebody she trusts, in their words is Mike.
It was an easy decision, they are currently suing another network for defamation.
I have to say, for the last few years Schapelle Corby said when she is released, she is very, very keen to feel the sand between her toes and go for a swim at the beach.
48 hours inside, I think sometime soon they will whisk her out in the dark for that swim she has been longing for, for