Behind bars, Bali Nine drug mule Renae Lawrence is busy teaching dance fitness classes and training her pet rescue puppy.
The tough former catering worker – now a Hindu convert – has discovered her softer side since being transferred to the lush surroundings of Bali’s Bangli Klas II narcotics prison.
‘Renae has changed a lot since her arrest and the years she spent in Kerobokan,’ says one jail visitor, who has known her since those early days.
‘She has become calmer, healthier and happier, and just dotes on her little dog Ozzi, who’s been with her since he was only two weeks old. He was the runt of a litter brought into the jail so Renae feels he was a bit of a reject, like her.’
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