Schapelle Corby was so mentally in prison that she couldn't feed herself and thought that her psychologist was Mr. Squiggle.
The convicted drug smuggler claimed that she was & # 39; catatonic & # 39; was when she saw a 20-year prison sentence in the infamous Kerobokan prison in Bali.
Corby, 42, told in tears how she & # 39; n & # 39; fruit loop & # 39; was that her sister Mercedes slept in her cell for many nights to keep her alive.
Corby has now returned to Queensland since her conditional release ended on May 28, 2017 and is still not ready to return to the island to visit her friend Ben Panangian, 38.
Corby (photo) was sentenced to 20 years behind bars in May 2005 after 4.2 kg of marijuana was found in her bag and in 2006 was accompanied by Lawrence in Kerobokan prison.
Corby said her mental health was deteriorating after her last call for smuggling 4.2 kg of marijuana into her boogie bag failed.
Corby previously claimed that she was bullied in prison by Bali member Renae Lawrence, with whom she was initially friends, but their relationship deteriorated rapidly.
& # 39; I was very scared of her, & # 39; said Corby.
& # 39; I have received comments from other people who have seen us together in the visit area and said: & # 39; how do you let her talk to you like that & # 39; but I didn't really see it, & # 39; she said.
After her father died of cancer in 2008, Corby & # 39; s mental health deteriorated, leaving her in a & # 39; dark state of mind & # 39; in combination with Lawrence's alleged bullying.
Lawrence Drew Hamilton's attorney said his client strongly accused Corby of being bullied when contacted by the Sunday Telegraph.
The 42-year-old made explosive claims that she was bullied by Bali Nine member Renae Lawrence (photo)
Corby acknowledged that there were times when her behavior was not perfect, but she stayed away from Lawrence as much as possible until they were able to live together without drama in the same block.
This week was 15 years ago when she became famous when the then-27-year-old beautician was arrested at Ngurah Rai airport in Bali for drug trafficking, a crime she still denies.
After a number of sentence reductions, Corby was released conditionally in February 2014 after nine years behind bars.
She was admitted to the hospital twice for her release due to psychological problems, she says she thought she was going to die in prison.
& # 39; It is so wonderful that I am really here. I didn't think I could really leave – as if I'd die there & # 39 ;, she said.
After a number of sentence reductions, Corby (photo) was conditionally released in February 2014 after nine years behind bars
After having lived in Bali for three, she was sent back to Australia in May 2017 amid a media frenzy.
Corby has a long-term relationship with Ben Panangian, 38, an Indonesian surfer whom she first met at a church service in Kerobokan prison in 2006.
She said she was asked to play in reality TV programs, including The Bachelorette, but declined because of her relationship.
Earlier this month, she told Woman & # 39; s Day magazine that they were looking for a baby, although the couple only spent & # 39; two precious weeks a year together & # 39; because Ben is unable to enter Australia because of his criminal record.
Life since her return has not been easy to find work at her disgrace and plagued by flashbacks of her detention.
She said she was asked to play in reality TV programs, including The Bachelorette, but declined because of her relationship
Corby (right) has a long-term relationship with Ben Panangian (left), 38, an Indonesian surfer whom she first met at a church service in Kerobokan prison in 2006.
Now living with her mother south of Brisbane, leaving the house has become difficult without being stalked by paparazzi.
The interview comes two weeks after her new book, titled & # 39; Schapelle Corby, My Story & # 39 ;, is announced.
It promises a & # 39; fully revised and updated & # 39; version of her life since her release from Kerobokan prison in 2014 and her return to Australia.
The Bali Nine were caught in an attempt to smuggle 8.3 kg of heroin tied to their bodies from the Bali airport in Denpasar in April 2005.
Lawrence, who originally received prison life, became the only member released when she was deported to Australia in November 2018.
At the end of 2013, Lawrence was moved from Kerobokan to a prison in Negara after the authorities accused her of killing prison guards.
Lawrence (photo), who originally received life in prison, became the only member released when she was deported to Australia in November 2018.
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