She was spotted enjoying a few beers at Brighton Pride on Saturday and it seems that Michaella McCollum was set to continue the party as she stepped out on Sunday.
The 24-year-old ex-convict, from County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, was seen leaving a house in the seaside town clutching a bottle of Corona and was joined by a male companion.
The pair attended the LGBTQ+ celebration yesterday where they were seen holding hands as they joined the 30,000 others who had gathered in the South Coast City.
McCollum, who was jailed in Peru alongside Melissa Reid in 2013 for trying to smuggle £1.5million’s worth of cocaine into Europe, appeared fresh faced despite a day of partying.
She made the most of the good weather in a pair of high rise blue shorts and a black sleeveless vest as she stepped out into the sunshine.
Showcasing her flair for style McCollum a slipped into a pair of metallic sneakers as she headed out on Sunday.
The pair were spotted enjoying breakfast together earlier this morning before heading back home to change.
In spring, McCollum was spotted living it up in the party centres of Ibiza and Marbella enjoying sun, sea and cocktails.
How the former drugs smuggler has funded her holidays is unclear, but she has been linked to a number of potentially lucrative opportunities.
It has been reported that she has been offered a £250,000 tell all book deal detailing her criminal exploits and time behind bars in Lima.
She and Reid – dubbed the ‘Peru Two’ – had each been sentenced to six years and eight months in jail after admitting to trying to smuggle cocaine out of the country.
The pair, who initially protested their innocence, were found in possession of 11kg of cocaine hidden inside food packets in their luggage as they prepared to board a flight from Lima to Madrid.
McCollum was released on parole in March 2016 after serving less than half of her sentence but was initially required to stay in Peru, where she carried out voluntary work.
Reid was released from prison in June last year, flying back to Scotland shortly afterwards.
The Pet Shop Boys are headlining the event in Brighton and Hove in what will be the duo’s first Pride performance in 20 years, organisers said.
Other acts include Years & Years, Louisa Johnson, David Morales and KStewart while a carnival parade entertained crowds at Hove Lawns from 11am.