Schapelle Corby has fooled Australia once more.
The convicted drug mule has consistently made a mockery of the media since her return home to Brisbane, frequently taking to social media to prove she’s one step ahead.
Taking to her increasingly popular Instagram account, the 39-year-old shared a video with fans, which shows her driving past media personnel as they camp out on the front lawn of her mother Rosleigh Rose’s residence, presumably awaiting her arrival.
“Driving past mums place. Media still set up,” she captioned the footage.
Corby also added the hashtags #cashmeoutsidehowboutdat and #covfefe.
Fans couldn’t help but show their support, writing comments such as: “Ha ha! You stalking the media now that’s something I love,” “Wave to them on your way past!” and ”Love ya Corbs, you keep doing you girl.”
But this isn’t the only controversial post the newly freed prisoner has posted on social media since she was deported from Indonesia.
On Monday night, she shared a video of herself and her family watching live chopper footage following a convoy of cars believed to be carrying her from the airport.
“It’s the convoy,” her sister Mercedes can be heard narrating the clip.
“Pelle’s being chased by a helicopter. In that car."
“But there we are," she adds, panning the camera to the smiling 39-year-old as she shrugs her shoulders.
Corby captioned the post: “They’re doing what they do best… thanks for our friend John for helping & Tom for the cars. Awsome. Thankyou x.”
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