Schapelle Corby Wants Lindsay Lohan To Play Her In A Movie About Her Life
Schapelle Corby has exited the controversial and gruelling reality TV show SAS Australia and is hoping to settle back into a life of obscurity.
The convicted Australian drug smuggler says the time on the show has really helped her get some confidence back and she's excited to get back to a normal life.
However, if someone ever wanted to make a movie about the infamous Aussie's life, Corby has revealed who she'd like to play her.
Drum roll please...
Schapelle Corby is keen on getting Lindsay Lohan in to portray her in a biopic, but only because she reckons they look kind of similar.
Speaking to News Corp, Corby said: "My sister always says Lindsay Lohan looks a lot like me, I think that would be the only person."
When asked about how she would want the movie to play out, Corby simply said she would want the end to show her 'just trying to live my life'.
The 42-year-old was caught trying to smuggle 4.2kgs of weed into Bali in 2005 and was sentenced to 20 years in the notorious Kerobokan prison.
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She eventually served nine years after getting parole and successfully petitioning Indonesian authorities.
When she was deported from Bali in 2017, she had to come to grips with a new world.
Imagine going to sleep in 2005 and waking up twelve years later and seeing the likes of smartphones, Uber, music streaming services and other fancy inventions.
Corby revealed her time inside jail left her on the brink of total mental collapse.
She told Confidential: "I was very sick. When I was mentally ill, I used to climb up on to the roof of the prison and just stand there, not to do anything, not to look at cars because I hadn't seen cars for years, I just had to be up high.
"I have been severely mentally ill, to the point where I couldn't even recognise my mum. I never want to go back to that lower dimension of pain. I never want to get back there so I am actively trying to do the best I can to control my thoughts, my actions, mostly every aspect of my life I am trying to improve daily."
At one point she hallucinated so badly that she thought she had eaten her father.
Featured Image Credit: Schapelle Corby/Instagram
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