Perth’s accused dine and dasher Lois Loder has reached out to claim she shouldn’t have been locked up and reveals details about her life in prison.
A nine-page hand-written letter, claiming to be from Ms Loder, was sent to Seven News reporter Chris Meldrum.
In it, she says she shouldn’t have been jailed and is spending her time running and writing a book.
Ms Loder, who goes by several aliases included Lois Lynn, Emma Davis and Ella Bone, was outed earlier this year by angry restaurant owners.
She was accused of swindling businesses across Perth by ordering lavish food and drink, then making a run for it without paying.
In a neatly written nine-page letter, Ms Loder gives her side of the story and revealed details of her prison life.
“I run up to 8km a day in here,” she said.
“I am known as the running woman.”
Ms Loder, who was facing almost 80 charges, believed she should have been released on bail.
She said she had spent three months in prison and would wait nearly two months for her next appearance.
Ms Loder said she received hundreds of messages a day from across the world from people she doesn’t know.
“I receive well over 300 Facebook messages, randoms I don’t even know from all over the world.”
She also revealed plans to become an author after being spurred on by interest in her story.