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Don't mention the money! Convicted drug dealer Schapelle Corby had an awkward exchange with Kerri-Anne Kennerley during a live performance at Studio 10 on Wednesday

& # 39; It's not about the money & # 39 ;: Schapelle Corby gets VERY uncomfortable when Kerri-Anne Kennerley is confronted with the profit of her book during a live interview on Studio 10

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Convicted drug dealer Schapelle Corby had an uneasy exchange with Kerri-Anne Kennerley during a live performance on Studio 10 on Wednesday.

The downy interview took a serious turn when Kennerley, 66, asked Corby about the profit of her 2006 autobiography, My Story, which was re-released this week in updated form with additional chapters.

Referring to Australian laws prohibiting criminals from taking advantage of books and films about their crimes, Kennerley asked who exactly was earning with the revised edition of My Story.

Don't mention the money! Convicted drug dealer Schapelle Corby had an awkward exchange with Kerri-Anne Kennerley during a live performance at Studio 10 on Wednesday

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Don't mention the money! Convicted drug dealer Schapelle Corby had an awkward exchange with Kerri-Anne Kennerley during a live performance at Studio 10 on Wednesday

Corby, 42, avoided the question and answered, "Well, it's not about money." The point is that I finish my story. It's about going back and being a Catholic for myself and my supporters, to let them know what really happened. & # 39;

She added: & # 39; But to come back, it's not about money. & # 39;

Panelist Joe Hildebrand of Studio 10 then quickly added: & # 39; And you are not paid for this interview, we must also emphasize. & # 39;

& # 39; Where are the winnings going? & # 39; The downy interview took a serious turn when Kennerley (left) Corby (right) asked about the profit of her 2006 autobiography, My Story, which was re-released this week in updated form with additional chapters.

& # 39; Where are the winnings going? & # 39; The downy interview took a serious turn when Kennerley (left) Corby (right) asked about the profit of her 2006 autobiography, My Story, which was re-released this week in updated form with additional chapters.

& # 39; Where are the winnings going? & # 39; The downy interview took a serious turn when Kennerley (left) Corby (right) asked about the profit of her 2006 autobiography, My Story, which was re-released this week in updated form with additional chapters.

Difficult Question: Referring to Australian laws prohibiting criminals from taking advantage of books and films about their crimes, Kennerley asked who exactly was making money with the revised edition of My Story

Difficult Question: Referring to Australian laws prohibiting criminals from taking advantage of books and films about their crimes, Kennerley asked who exactly was making money with the revised edition of My Story

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Difficult Question: Referring to Australian laws prohibiting criminals from taking advantage of books and films about their crimes, Kennerley asked who exactly was making money with the revised edition of My Story

Kennerley insisted on a definitive answer and asked Corby again: & # 39; It's not about money, but where are the profits going? & # 39;

& # 39; I'm not sure … It's true, I'm not sure, & # 39; said Corby. & # 39; Why would you induce yourself to do something like that for … I don't know. I only know I had to finish this book. & # 39;

The new edition of My Story, co-author of journalist Kathryn Bonella, has been & # 39; completely revised and updated & # 39; and documents Corby's life since her release from the Kerobokan prison in Bali in 2014.

Media rounds: Schapelle was interviewed earlier on Wednesday at KIIS FM & The Kyle and Jackie O Show (photo)

Media rounds: Schapelle was interviewed earlier on Wednesday at KIIS FM & The Kyle and Jackie O Show (photo)

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Media rounds: Schapelle was interviewed earlier on Wednesday at KIIS FM & The Kyle and Jackie O Show (photo)

Legal misery: Corby became a household name after being arrested in October 2004 at Ngurah Rai airport in Bali with 4.1 kg of marijuana wrapped in plastic in her boogie bag

Legal misery: Corby became a household name after being arrested in October 2004 at Ngurah Rai airport in Bali with 4.1 kg of marijuana wrapped in plastic in her boogie bag

Legal misery: Corby became a household name after being arrested in October 2004 at Ngurah Rai airport in Bali with 4.1 kg of marijuana wrapped in plastic in her boogie bag

Corby became a household name after she was arrested in October 2004 at Ngurah Rai airport in Bali with 4.1 kg of marijuana wrapped in plastic in her boogie bag.

She was later sentenced to 20 years in prison, but after a series of sentence reductions was conditionally released in February 2014 after nine years behind bars.

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In May 2017, she was sent back to Australia in the midst of a media frenzy.

Read all about it & # 39 ;: the updated and revised autobiography of Corby, My Story, is now available

Read all about it & # 39 ;: the updated and revised autobiography of Corby, My Story, is now available

Read all about it & # 39 ;: the updated and revised autobiography of Corby, My Story, is now available

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