The Co. Tyrone native was released from Peruvian jail in April
Convicted drug smuggler Michaella McCollum has returned to Ireland after being released from jail in Peru in April.
McCollum was convicted of trying to smuggle cocaine with a street value of almost €2 million from Peru to Spain three years ago.
She arrived back at Dublin Airport on a Ryanair flight at around 8.30pm on Saturday evening.
She had been released from a Peruvian jail after a successful application for parole, and has now been allowed to return to Ireland.
Sources say it's on the condition that she never returns to the South American country.
Michaella McCollum lands back at Dublin Airport three years after being convicted of drugs smuggling in Peru pic.twitter.com/VXjugEfJlC— Sean Defoe (@SeanDefoe) 13 August 2016
The so-called 'Peru Two' of McCollum and British woman Melissa Reid were sentenced to six years and eight months in jail in 2013, but both have now returned home after Reid was allowed back to the UK in June.
McCollum boarded a flight from Lima to London on Friday and arrived back in Dublin on a flight from Gatwick on Saturday.