Constance Hall has written an open letter defending Schapelle Corby.
Taking to her blog, the mummy blogger told her fans that she had never wasted any time wondering if the convicted drug trafficker had really tried to smuggle over 4 kilos of marijuana into Bali because she could relate to making mistakes in her own life, too.
‘I had already f****d up so many times, I had been on Big Brother and been the first one evicted for generally being a massive f**k up. Thankfully so as I later found out I was pregnant to my boyfriend who I had since broken up with,’ she penned.
The next few years saw the now 33-year-old have an abortion, spend a night in jail for refusing to turn her music down, and endure being mocked in the street by people who recognised her from TV.
'But none of my f***k ups cost me 13 years in a Balinese prison,' she said. 'So whether you did it or not was never my question.'
'Because if you did, I'd have cried the same amount of tears for you.'
The mum of four also revealed that drugs had played a part in tearing apart her own family, confessing that an uncle had done time in a Fremantle prison for smuggling heroin into Australia in the 1980s.
'Had he been caught in Thailand instead of Australia I wouldn't have his daughter, my best friend, today,' she added.
And Constance shared that her own father had died because of his heroin addiction after contracting Hepatitis C.
'A drug smuggler out there had to have brought that heroin into our country. Still, I have no blame or contempt,.
Ending the letter with praise for Schapelle, but warning her about her new-found fame, she wrote: 'Now that you're free...and you have like a gazillion Instagram followers and you're looking hot...our country has condemned you a tall poppy and they are gonna stop at nothing to tear you down.’