‘Cocaine Cassie’ Sainsbury shows off her weight loss on New Year’s Eve | Daily Mail Online

Convicted Australian drug trafficker ‘Cocaine Cassie’ Sainsbury showcased her impressive body transformation while celebrating New Year’s Eve in Colombia.

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The 26-year-old has lost 29kg since she was locked up for smuggling 5.8kg of cocaine into the country in April 2017, and 12kg since she left prison in April 2020.

The former jailbird, who is still on parole, flaunted her slimmed-down figure while ringing in 2022 with her fiancée Tatiana.

Transformation: ‘Cocaine Cassie’ Sainsbury showcased her impressive weight loss as she celebrated New Year’s Eve with her fiancée in Colombia

Sainsbury showed off her trim physique in a white crop top and jeans as she posed for a selfie on Instagram.

She also shared another photo of herself embracing Tatiana.

The pair have plans to marry in Colombia in March and live between there and Australia once Cassie is able to return to her home country.

She is unable to return home until she has completed the remainder of her sentence on parole.

For the time being she and Tatiana are living in an apartment in Chapinero, a suburb of the Colombian capital of Bogotá.

Loved-up: Sainsbury showed off her trim physique in a white crop top and jeans as she posed for a selfie on Instagram. She also shared another photo of herself embracing fiancée Tatiana

‘It was a really unexpected relationship,’ Cassie told Daily Mail Australia last year.

‘We had shared a group of friends and one night we went out for a birthday and we literally hit it off.’

She found love with the 33-year-old computer technician after calling off her engagement to prison fiancée Joli Pico.

Locked up: The 26-year-old is spending her final months on parole in Bogota, Colombia, after she was jailed for smuggling 5.8kg of cocaine into the country in April 2017

Cassie spent three years in El Buen Pastor prison, locked in a two-metre by two-metre cell with up to five other inmates. She still has nightmares about it.

‘We were woken up between 2.30 and 3.30 in the morning,’ she claimed. Inmates were fed breakfast while it was still dark.

Between 5am and 7am, the guards did a headcount. Sometimes they were friendly, other times ‘inhumane’, she added.

‘You were expected to be showered, beds made, cleaned. You never really knew when but you had to be ready,’ she said.

The food was ‘absolutely horrible’, generally including rice, a small serving of vegetables or salad, and meat.

Freedom: Cassie was released on parole at 11.30pm on Friday, April 3, 2020 and now lives in a studio apartment in Chapinero, in Bogota’s east

‘When it was chicken you knew it was chicken. When it was meat, you didn’t know exactly what it was,’ she said.

Health inspectors occasionally shut down the prison kitchen – even doing so for four days on one occasion, she claimed.

But Cassie was allowed a job during her time in custody, teaching English at a local school in twice-daily sessions.

New partner: She found love with 33-year-old computer technician Tatiana after calling off her engagement to prison fiancée Joli Pico

‘Cocaine Cassie’ Sainsbury shows off her weight loss on New Year’s Eve

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