A convicted drug smuggler dubbed "Cocaine Cassie" has shown off a weight-loss transformation after being released from a Colombian jail.

Cassandra Sainsbury, 25, was jailed after being caught smuggling 5.8kg of the powder hidden inside of a pair of headphones in April 2017.

The drug-runner was handed a six-year sentence at one of Colombia’s most notorious prisons, El Buen Pastor, but was released early due to the pandemic.

Overcrowding issues meant that some prisoners were given early parole and Cassie was set free in April.

Sainsbury claimed her attempt to smuggle was done under duress, saying her family were being threatened.

In the eight months since her early release "Cocaine Cassey" has worker on her image, News.com.au reported.

The former Adelaide personal trainer shared a snap on Saturday showing off her weight loss.

Sporting a Calvin Klein sports bra, the former smuggler looks noticeably thinner with a toned set of abs.

In response to a query about her new figure during an Instagram Live this year, she offered her followers some advice.

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She said: “Exercise and diet. That’s what you need to do”.

The 25-year-old was forced to squash rumours that she had started an OnlyFans account after a racy picture started being shared online.

Although her face was not featured a identifiable tattoo could be seen in the x-rated snap and the former drug-runner admitted she had taken it.

But she said in August: “I did not receive any money at all for any photos. The photos exist yes, but I was not paid for photos.

“I’d never even heard of this page (OnlyFans) until I got hordes of messages asking for my OnlyFans ID.”

While in prison the fitness fanatic struck up a romantic relationship with a Venezuelan woman.

But the love affair with Joli Pico didn’t last, despite the pair getting engaged.

Cassandra said: “Basically, I came out of prison and she became a different person, and she got with somebody else inside as well.

“It was difficult, I didn’t know if it was going to work until at least one of us was on the outside.”

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