Corby Comes to Correctional Centers for Counseling


Australian convict of drug case Schapelle Leigh Corby came to Class I Correctional Center (Bapas) Denpasar to undergo counseling as a condition of obtaining parole.

“Corby is in good health but still under the supervision of doctors,” said Bapas Class I Denpasar Counselor, Andiyani, on Tuesday.

Corby met the counseling schedule for the fourth time since she came out of the Penitentiary Class II -A Denpasar, in Kerobokan, Badung regency, on February 10, 2014.

Corby who was sentenced to 20 years in prison then tried to avoid the cameras by covering her face with her black jacket when she was completing the presence book in front of the officers.

Upon entering the counselor office, Corby even hid behind the door before finally sitting down to undergo counseling session. “She (Corby) is still traumatized to the journalist,” said Andiyani. Bapas itself has even been suggested Corby to ignore the presence of media crews in order not to experience stress.

Corby was in Bapas about 15 minutes. When she came out of the Bapas office, Corby even slapped three reporters’ cameras before leaving Bapas.

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2 Responses to “Corby Comes to Correctional Centers for Counseling”

  1. Nicholas Gracie Says:

    She is entitled to her privacy and it is a pity that mongrels in the media want to cash in on everything she does.

  2. kay williams Says:

    Mercedes has bought all this media attention to Schapelle since her arrest .She has been their cash cow .I noticed Mercedes has gone quiet now since she was told Schapelle has the risk of being sent back due to her talking to the Media .Mercedes might have to get a job and do real work like the rest of us .But wait she has a defamation against AFP in place and we know what happened last time she made millions against Today Tonight