‘You won’t sabotage me’: Schapelle Corby warns her haters to not ‘bully’ or post negative comments on her Instagram… as she prepares to debut on military-style show SAS Australia
Schapelle Corby is just a week away from debuting on Seven’s new military-style reality show SAS Australia.
And on Sunday, the convicted drug smuggler, who served nine years in Bali’s Kerobokan Prison, issued a warning to her haters on Instagram.
Sharing a photo of her glamorous self, the 43-year-old said she will not tolerate bullies, and will report anyone who leaves hate or negative comments on her feed.
Sending a message: Schapelle Corby (pictured) has warned her haters to not post negative comments on her Instagram, ahead of her debut on Seven’s military-style show SAS Australia
‘Leaving this here coz (sic) it’s pretty. Love the hair and makeup,’ she began, referencing the glamorous shot.
Schapelle continued: ‘Side note – any bullying or hate directed toward me in my comments section will not be ignored. You will be reported, restricted, blocked.
‘I will not tolerate any negativity on my page. Your cruel words are transparent of a sadness in your own life. You can not sabotage me. Thank you, Schapelle x.’
Defiant: On Sunday, the 43-year-old shared a photo of her glamorous self (pictured), and said she will not tolerate bullies, and will report anyone who leaves hate or negative comments on her feed
No hate: ‘I will not tolerate any negativity on my page. Your cruel words are transparent of a sadness in your own life. You can not sabotage me,’ she wrote
In the photo, the Brisbane-based personality offered a hint of cleavage in a white polka-dot ensemble, and her dark locks cascaded in front of her shoulders in waves.
Her makeup was flawless, consisting of groomed brows, lashings of mascara, a touch of bronzer on her cheeks, and a natural colour on her plump pout.
Schapelle has made headlines in recent months, no doubt thanks to her upcoming stint on SAS Australia.
For herself: The former beauty therapist told Perth Now in August that she is not entering reality TV to win over the public: ‘I don’t care what people think of me’
The former beauty therapist told Perth Now in August that she is not entering 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.
Schapelle, who was released from prison in 2014, added that the significance of the show is that she is known as just a number.
Convicted: Schapelle served nine years in Bali’s Kerobokan Prison for marijuana smuggling. She was released in February 2014. Pictured before her trial in April 2005
‘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,’ she explained.
The show will see stars attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian Army’s elite Special Air Service.
Other celebrities to have signed on include PR queen Roxy Jacenko, Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins, Candice Warner, Merrick Watts and Shane Warne’s son Jackson.
SAS Australia premieres October 19 on Channel Seven
‘I’m not just handbags and fashion’: PR queen Roxy Jacenko (pictured), 40, has also signed on to star on SAS Australia