Convicted drug smuggler Michaella McCollum has left Peru after being released from prison earlier this year and has arrived back in Ireland.

The Irish Independent reports that the 23-year-old arrived at Dublin airport Friday night on a flight from London. She posted a photo on Instagram before boarding her flight from South America. Pictures emerged online showing McCollum, who refused to answer questions from reporters, walking through Dublin airport Friday evening.

BREAKING: Convicted drugs smuggler Michaella McCollum has arrived back in Ireland #PeruTwo

— Sean Defoe (@SeanDefoe) August 13, 2016

In August 2013, McCollum and Melissa Reid, from Scotland, were arrested at Lima Airport with 11KG of cocaine.

McCollum received a six-year, eight-month sentence but was released on parole in March this year. She had to stay in Peru while awaiting a judicial hearing to decide when she could return to Ireland.

Michaella McCollum has no comment to make as she arrived back in Ireland.

— Sandra Hurley (@sandra_hurley) August 13, 2016

In an interview shortly after her release, she said:“I made a decision in a moment of madness….I’m not a bad person.. I want to demonstrate that I’m a good person.

“I potentially could have hurt a lot of people. I potentially could have filled Europe full of a lot of drugs,” she said.

Melissa Reid returned to Scotland in June.