Schapelle Corby’s parole officer says the reported arrest of her boyfriend on drug charges will not affect the convicted Australian drug trafficker.
Corby was released on parole from Bali’s infamous Kerobokan Prison in February, after serving nearly a decade behind bars for attempting to smuggle about four kilograms of marijuana into Indonesia.
There are reports her boyfriend has been arrested in Bali, accused of marijuana possession.
Corby’s parole officer, Ni Luh Putu Andiyani, told ABC News that the reports will not affect his client.
She said police were unaware Corby had a boyfriend, but that is her personal business and as she was not with him at the time of the arrest, it will not affect Corby’s parole.
Corby was released on February 10 and must stay in the country for three years under strict parole conditions.