Also in the shot was Schapelle’s good friend and body guard John McLeod – who was stripped of his accreditation at the tournament less than 24 hours after it was shared to social media.
The Daily Mail reported that Brisbane International Tournament Director Cameron Pearson said Mr McLeod had breached conditions of holding an accreditation pass.
The photo was taken in a restricted area.
'This security guard has been stripped of his accreditation pass and was therefore removed from his duties at the Queensland Tennis Centre,' Mr Pearson told the publication.
But Mr McLeod - who is head of security firm Tora Solutions - said that his actions were approved.
'Tora Solutions has concluded its association with Tennis Queensland over a photograph taken by a former client during a routine, sanctioned and approved escort movement,' Mr McLeod said in a statement.
'We pride ourselves on our high professional standards and on the fair treatment of all persons, irrespective of their background or experiences.
'Though we have stepped down from this role, we wish the Brisbane International the best of luck for a safe and successful tournament moving forward.'
And on Dec. 1, Schapelle Corby’s sister Mercedes waded into the row with an explosive social media post of her own.
“Shame on Australian tennis tournament director, #tennisaustralia and directors,” she wrote in a lengthy Instagram caption.
“Such a disgrace your blatant discrimination!! Our 8 year old Nephew loves tennis and our good friend John @torasolutions gave him the opportunity to see some of his idols in action at the tennis yesterday.
“Our nephew had the biggest smile as did Schapelle his proud aunty and his mum. Now this bs news!! Great way to spin such a happy positive into a negative!!!"