Drug smuggler “cocaine” Cassie Sainsbury is reportedly selling naked photos of herself in a bid to make ends meet as she serves the remainder of her six-year sentence on parole.
The 25-year-old Aussie spent three years behind bars in Colombia’s notorious El Buen Pastor jail after she was convicted of smuggling 5.8kg of the class-A drug, which was hidden in her headphones in April 2017.
Now stranded in the capital Bogota, Sainsbury will have to serve the remainder of her sentence in the country.
In a bid to raise cash, Sainsbury has since resorted to selling naked photos of herself to Australian men, which in turn prompted her mum Lisa Evens to call on the Australian Prime Minister to act and bring her daughter home.
Ms Evans said on social Facebook: “So, I’m thinking about starting a petition to help my daughter Cassie. I need our government to help this kid.
“I can’t fight the Colombian judicial system by myself. I need them to help her while she is in the country. Or help me get her home.
“Cassie receives no help from our government during this pandemic. She cannot work etc. Side note…Our government repeatedly ignores my requests for help.”
It is understood that Sainsbury is making $400 each week from a man who she sends naked photos of herself to.
One snap shows her laying on a bed in her underwear as she shows off her distinctive tattoo.
According to local media, Sainsbury told the man: “Well, I’m happy with the amount you offered. Like, I’m not the sort of person to be like, no that’s not enough give me more.”
She also added: “How do I know that you sent the money?”
It comes after Sainsbury said in June that she was struggling with money while being in Bogota during the lockdown.
The Aussie continued: “To everyone that has been asking, yes I’m okay. The situation is definitely more difficult here in Colombia and more so when there’s no work and no way to receive my visa.
“But hoping things will get better soon. However, I’m okay and staying safe.”
Since she was put behind bars, Sainsbury became engaged to her fellow inmate Joli Pico, 29, from Venezuela.
She told 60 Minutes in April: “Honestly, it was the last thing that I expected to find in prison. It started as a friendship and then out of nowhere it just turned into a relationship.”
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