Schapelle Corby hits us in the feels with emotional speech as she quits SAS Australia 😢

Schapelle Corby hits us in the feels with emotional speech as she quits SAS Australia 😢
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Schapelle Corby quit Channel Seven’s SAS Australia during the second episode, following Roxy Jacenko and Arabella Del Busso’s exits.

The convicted drug smuggler threw in the towel after being made to run laps in the freezing cold, while struggling to keep up with her co-stars.

Despite only lasting a couple of days, Schapelle delivered an emotional speech as she bowed out, explaining that just stepping out of her comfort zone to film had changed her life forever.

Schapelle Corby quit SAS Australia on Tuesday
Schapelle quit SAS Australia on Tuesday
Her exit shocked her co-stars
Her exit shocked her co-stars
Before leaving, Schapelle said that doing the show had
Before leaving, Schapelle said that doing the show had made her want to ‘start to live in society’ rather than hide away

‘I fee like trust has regained itself to me. The people I was recruited with, they really had my back. And I had to put my trust in them,’ she said.

‘This was the reason I came, to open doors for myself and start to live in society better than I have been. It’s time to create a new life for myself.’

Meanwhile, Schapelle’s co-star Roxy Jacenko called for people to ‘move on’ from her former drug conviction during an interview on Tuesday.

‘I’ve experienced Oli [Curtis, her husband] obviously going to jail and then coming out of jail, and having to still live this nightmare,’ Roxy told The Kyle & Jackie O Show.

‘Trying to go out to the marketplace and being that guy who went to jail. People need to move on. Schapelle’s done her time. If she did [bring drugs to Bali], she did it. If she didn’t, she didn’t.’

 

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  1. I feel sorry for her. Realty is she was found guilty and it must be hard carrying that around after spending 10 years locked up in another country. What she went through only she knows. I still disagree with making a celebrity out of someone who was in jail for carrying drugs in a boogie board. Our youths need good role models on TV. I’d hate to think that some of our youths are thinking that fame comes to those who work hard at their chosen career OR carrying drugs and getting caught. I don’t want this to come across as harsh, I know this poor girl has been through enough in a filthy foreign jail and suffered greatly as a result emotionally and physically to some extent with low quality food and bedding. I hope things look up for her, but not by encouraging her to be on TV, or calling her a celebrity. (The host of SAS called all the contestants ‘celebrities’, lol. Besides
    Honey Badger and Miss Australia, who are the celebrities? Even Nick Cummins really isn’t all that well known to be entitled ‘celebrity’. If people like Kylie, Nicole, Keith, Margo, Delta, some of our comedians, and some of our TV presenters go on that show, sure call them ‘celebrities’, because they really ARE!

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