Schapelle Corby has been refusing to leave her villa in Bali ahead of her deportation scheduled for May 27, resulting in her not not fulfilling her parole duties to report to the Denpasar prosecutor’s office every month.
The chief prosecutor in Denpasar has warned that if Schapelle Corby fails to report by Friday, the Justice Minister will be notified that she has not complied with her parole conditions.
Corby is apparently paranoid about being harassed by the media who are camped outside her villa waiting and was reported as “depressed and afraid” by a local newspaper.
It’s being reported that Schapelle is so scared to leave her home in Bali, that her sister Mercedes has been meeting parole officers and visiting the Australia consulate for her.
Mercedes Corby has lashed out at the waiting media, putting a sign on the fence outside the villa berating them for their invasion of privacy.
“Stop invading our privacy. Immigration have been notified with footage of you putting the GoPro over our fence and cameras over the fence. So rude!” the sign read.
Corby will be banned from visiting Indonesia for the rest of her life, which means she’ll have to leave her life in Bali behind.
Any action taken over failure to report would be up to the justice minister.
This article originally appeared on Starts At 60.