One of the South AustraliaThe most notorious killers are back behind bars after being accused of violating her parole.
Nicole Therese McGuinness beheaded and slaughtered her victim and buried parts of her body in a strawberry field in north Adelaide.
McGuinness wants her freedom back after she was accused of violating her parole within months of her release from the community.
The then 35-year-old was sentenced to at least 18 years in prison for the cold-blooded murder of 53-year-old truck driver Joanne Lillecrapp in 2001.
McGuinness and her co-defendant dismembered the body and disposed of some of the remains in the strawberry field near the victim’s home in Angle Park, as well as several other locations in Adelaide.
The victim had gone through her own struggles and started living as a woman ten years earlier.
Lillecrap had befriended the two killers, who were lovers who worked as prostitutes, because she wanted to try to help them get off the drugs.
Nine News understands that drugs may be involved in the recent parole charges against McGuinness.
Lillecrapp’s brother has fought before to prevent McGuinness from being released.
He hopes he won’t have to do the same thing again, but waits to see if the court asks him for advice.
McGuinness is due to appear before the Supreme Court on Monday.