SCHAPELLE Corby's sister Mercedes has lashed out at a Bali police officer who spoke with media while he patrolled the convicted drug smuggler's home on the eve of her deportation to Australia.
Corby's fiercely protective sister Mercedes sought to protect her from the unrelenting glare of the media pack as they climbed into the vehicle.
Dozens of police and media and surrounded Corby as she was bundled out the gate of her home in Kuta and shoved into a waiting black auto with her sister Mercedes.
Schapelle Corby was photographed unmasked inside the Parole Board office in Denpasar - a photo which was since gone viral.
ABC News has been told Corby will need to visit Bali's parole office this afternoon to sign formal documentation before being taken to the airport and into immigration detention and a holding room. "Approching parole office for the last time".
Queensland Police said they had not provided an escort for the convoys. If she got the death sentence she can not rehabilitate.
Corby served nine years in Kerobokan prison following her conviction in 2005, less than half of her original 20-year sentence.
Her comment, about missing her dogs, is the first time the 39-year-old has spoken publicly in years about her life or her feelings.
There were chaotic scenes as she negotiated her way to the Bali airport via the parole office where she signed forms guaranteeing her freedom.
Police also arrived at the laneway near her Kuta home to conduct a check.
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Ms Corby can now speak freely to media but not for profit, as Australia's proceed of crime laws mean she cannot sell her story.
Denpasar police chief, Hadi Purnomo, said police were obliged to provide security for Corby's release and transfer to the airport.
After spending more than five hours alone in the air together, away from the prying eyes of the media, the Corby sisters' Malindo Airlines flight is now on the tarmac at Brisbane International Airport.
Next was Kerobokan prison doctor Agung Hartawan, and Corby's parole officer Ketut Sukiati.
"Although the direction from Bali Governor is that the deportation should run normally, but safety must be maintained as she was an ex drug convict that has become a highlight in her country, and it is not impossible she become a target of drug syndicate", Governor Pastika said. "We'll be trying to get her back into the swing of things so she feels confident".
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ABC News reported that Schapelle Corby's home will receive extra police protection ahead of her long-awaited return home.
The Corby family played the media like a violin.
On parole in Bali, Corby was always alert for cameras and sneaky shots.
Asked this question by reporters on Friday, Bali justice chief Kompyang Adnyana said she would be banned for six months after being deported. There will be Denpasar police who will be responsible for the security of the process.
"I have to do the security by increasing the police keeping guard on the streets around here", he said, referring to the area around the Corby villa.
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"The vehicle is usually used to take prisoners", he said, adding that the Corby family had not sought this.