Confronting scenes unfolded with Honey Badger forced to punch a female contestant and Schapelle Corby probed. James Weir recaps. Oooh, ominous.
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There have been extraordinary developments in the Schapelle Corby case as hopes grow she will shortly be released from her Bali jail. Corby's future depends on a letter apparently on the desk of the Indonesian Justice Minister. Corby edges closer to parole decision. Yahoo7 News search: Schapelle Corby. While Jakarta officials met last week to consider Corby's case, they will not confirm parole has been approved. Having spent the last nine years in jail for drug trafficking, Corby will not be allowed home immediately.
Schapelle Corby has enjoyed a wild weekend on the Gold Coast which saw her pose in front of a fluorescent traffic sign that read 'get a job. The convicted drug smuggler posted photos to Instagram of her time at Swell Sculpture Festival on Saturday night which she attended with a group of close friends. The raven-haired Australian appeared blissfully happy in a turquoise maxi dress and a black cardigan as she shared pictures of naked bronze statues and a collection of giant books. As the night wore on Corby's shenanigans escalated to posing in front of a flashing traffic sign that was comically telling patrons to 'clean up your room, build a bridge, lighten up, get a job, get a haircut and make yourself scarce'. And it's likely the year-old was in the mood for celebrating, particularly seeing as though her sister Mercedes just won a court case defending herself against an ex-business partner's AVO. As the night wore on Corby found a flashing traffic sign that was comically telling patrons to 'clean up your room, build a bridge, lighten up, get a job, get a haircut and make yourself scarce. She playfully sat underneath the sign, legs crossed and twirling her hair, before pausing the social media video at the part which read 'get a job. Corby, who has over , Instagram followers, has spent the last few months enjoying a life devoid of work as she settles back into her hometown after 13 years in Bali. Corby has previously hit out at claims she is on the dole and said 'there is no shame in asking for help'. Corby, who has over , Instagram followers, has spent the last few months enjoying a life devoid of work as she settles back into her hometown after 9 years in a Balinese prison.
Channel Seven had not committed a criminal offence in pursuing an exclusive interview with Schapelle Corby, but the Australian Federal Police was determined to ensure the convicted criminal did not benefit from her notoriety, deputy commissioner of operations Michael Phelan said today. At a press conference, Phelan apologised for an error in the search warrant issued for a raid on Seven on Tuesday but said although it was regrettable it did not invalidate the warrant or the Corby investigation. After days of a war of words between the leading commercial TV network and the AFP, the commissioner held a lengthy press conference in Canberra to try and take the heat out of the situation before Senate Estimates next week. The fury of the network over the raids extended right up to the chairman of Seven West Media, Kerry Stokes, who threatened the government he was unlikely to sit for another term on the Australian War Memorial council because of the treatment of his business by the AFP. Why were they armed.