Peru Two drug mule Michealla McCollum Easter Ibiza beach frolic Wed, April 19, 2017
Convicted drug mule Michaella McCollum was pictured enjoying her Easter holiday in a tiny bikini on a beach in Ibiza
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Michaella McCollum flaunts her body on the beach in Ibiza
The convicted cocaine smuggler left little to the imagination as she soaked up the sun on the party island.
McCollum, 24, gained worldwide infamy four years ago after being jailed for her part in the bungled heist.
She and her friend Melissa Reid – dubbed the 'Peru Two' – were busted trying to smuggle the class-A drug into Europe.
Michaella McCollum frolics on an Ibiza beach in a tiny bikini
McCollum returned home last year after being locked up in a Peruvian jail cell infested with mosquitoes.
And she has spent the past month living it up in Ibiza, where the smuggling mission was dreamt up.
The Northern Irish blonde, who is holiday with a mystery pal, flaunted her toned body in a barely-there black and white bikini.
The convicted cocaine smuggler left little to the imagination
The pair were snapped taking sun-kissed selfies on the beach and flirting with a hunky waiter.
And they shared a colourful cocktail while taking a dip in the water.
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Since her release McCollum – from County Tyrone, Northern Ireland – has boasted of her "top dog" status in the Peruvian jail.
McCollum, 24, flaunted her toned body in a barely-there bikini
She ran a lucrative beauty salon behind bars and charged prisoners for bikini waxes and other treatments.
The mule eventually earned enough to pay other prisoners to clean her cell and carry out chores for her.
She was recently offered an eye-watering £250,000 book deal to write about her smuggling ordeal.
She was recently offered an eye-watering £250,000 book deal
And she is believed to be in advanced talks with Big Brother producers to star in the hit reality TV show.
After being released from prison last March, she said: "It has been a long ride to get where I am today.
"But it just shows that when we fight hard enough for something we can achieve it."