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Australia Schapelle Corby shuts down Samantha Armytage

02:06  19 october  2020
02:06  19 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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She's not happy: Schapelle Corby (right) shut down Sam Armytage (left, with David Koch) for asking why she's pursuing a reality TV career in a very awkward Sunrise interview on Monday. After a few softball questions, things took a turn when Sam said: 'I covered part of your trial in Bali.

Schapelle Leigh Corby (born 10 July 1977) is an Australian woman who was convicted of smuggling cannabis into Indonesia. She spent nine years imprisoned on the Indonesian island of Bali in

As one of Australia's most infamous jailbirds, convicted Bali drug smuggler Schapelle Corby is no stranger to answering tricky questions from journalists.

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And the 43-year-old certainly put Sunrise host Sam Armytage in her place during an extremely awkward interview on Monday morning.

The Gold Coast native appeared via video link to discuss her upcoming appearance on Channel Seven's military-style reality series SAS Australia.

a group of people posing for the camera: She's not happy: Schapelle Corby (right) shut down Sam Armytage (left, with David Koch) for asking why she's pursuing a reality TV career in a very awkward Sunrise interview on Monday © Provided by Daily Mail She's not happy: Schapelle Corby (right) shut down Sam Armytage (left, with David Koch) for asking why she's pursuing a reality TV career in a very awkward Sunrise interview on Monday

After a few softball questions, things took a turn when Sam bluntly asked Schapelle: 'What do you say to people that are surprised that you want to pursue a TV career?'

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Shutting down the question, Schapelle declared: 'Nothing, it's all about my own self. I did this for myself.'

Appearing momentarily taken aback, Sam curtly replied: 'Fair enough.'    

a woman smiling for the camera: Setting the record straight: Schapelle, 43, shut down the question, telling Sam: 'Nothing, it's all about my own self. I did this for myself.' The breakfast TV anchor replied curtly, 'Fair enough' © Provided by Daily Mail Setting the record straight: Schapelle, 43, shut down the question, telling Sam: 'Nothing, it's all about my own self. I did this for myself.' The breakfast TV anchor replied curtly, 'Fair enough'

The former beautician, who served nine years in Bali's Kerobokan Prison for marijuana smuggling, has previously spoken about her intentions for going on the show, telling Perth Now she wasn't doing reality TV to win over the public.

'I don't care what people think of me. I hope people enjoy it, but this is for me. I'm doing this so I know I'm in control of my mind,' she said in August.  

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Schapelle, who was released from jail in 2014, added: 'We go into SAS as a number, not a name, which is significant for me because I won't be Schapelle Corby, I will just be a human being.'

a man standing in front of a curtain: 'I hope people enjoy it, but this is for me': The former beautician, who served nine years in Bali's Kerobokan Prison, has previously insisted she isn't doing reality TV to win over the public © Provided by Daily Mail 'I hope people enjoy it, but this is for me': The former beautician, who served nine years in Bali's Kerobokan Prison, has previously insisted she isn't doing reality TV to win over the public Schapelle Corby et al. standing in front of a crowd: Tough: SAS Australia will see celebrities attempt to pass the selection process to join the elite Special Air Service. Pictured: Schapelle being grilled by ex-British soldier Ant Middleton © Provided by Daily Mail Tough: SAS Australia will see celebrities attempt to pass the selection process to join the elite Special Air Service. Pictured: Schapelle being grilled by ex-British soldier Ant Middleton

SAS Australia will see celebrities attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian Army's elite Special Air Service.

Other stars who have signed on include Roxy Jacenko, Nick 'The Honey Badger' Cummins, Candice Warner, Merrick Watts and Jackson Warne.

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Schapelle Corby is in a stand-off with Indonesian authorities and refusing to leave her house to report to parole officers one final time before she is deported back to Australia. Corby , 39, was told she must report to her parole officer Wayan Widyartha this week but officers have been met with resistance

In 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag - a crime she still denies committing.

Schapelle Corby standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: Convicted: In 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag - a crime she still denies committing. Pictured in the holding cells at Denpasar District Court on April 28, 2005 © Provided by Daily Mail Convicted: In 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag - a crime she still denies committing. Pictured in the holding cells at Denpasar District Court on April 28, 2005

In May 2005, the world watched as she broke down in the Denpasar courtroom after being sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment.

After a series of sentence reductions, Schapelle was released on parole in February 2014, after nine years behind bars.

She lived in Bali with family until she was deported back to Australia in May 2017.

SAS Australia premieres Monday at 7:30pm on Channel Seven   

Schapelle Corby et al. taking a selfie: Unforgettable: In May 2005, the world watched as she broke down in the Denpasar courtroom after being sentenced to 20 years' prison © Provided by Daily Mail Unforgettable: In May 2005, the world watched as she broke down in the Denpasar courtroom after being sentenced to 20 years' prison


Schapelle Corby steps out in a flirty floral dress on the Gold Coast .
Schapelle Corby recently won over viewers on the first season of SAS Australia. But since her brief stint on reality television, the convicted drug smuggler has returned to her regular life on the Gold Coast. The 43-year-old looked relaxed in a flirty floral mini dress and kept comfortable with a pair of flip-flops on her feet. © Provided by Daily Mail Stepping out: Schapelle Corby was out and about on the Gold Coast on Monday following her stint on SAS Australia She wore her brunette hair in a high side ponytail and kept her famous face hidden behind a pair of sunglasses.

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