Michaella McCollum was pictured at Liverpool’s Albert Docks (Picture: www,IcelebTV.com)

A convicted drugs smuggler has allegedly landed a job presenting a TV documentary on international dealers.

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Peru Two drugs mule, Michaella McCollum, was jailed for six years and eight months, along with Melissa Reid for trying to smuggle £1.5 million worth of cocaine out of Peru and into Spain.

But the two were released last March after striking a deal with Peruvian authorities.

The 24-year-old, from Northern Ireland, was pictured walking along Liverpool’s Albert Docks this morning.

She is allegedly in the city to make negotiations for a new series where she will meet international drug dealers, including death row prisoners, a source told Mail Online.

Peru Two drugs mule to 'interview dealers in prison for new series'
Michaella McCollum and Melissa Reid were jailed in 2013 (Picture: Getty Images)

‘Michaella is in Liverpool finalising negotiations for her prime time documentary series delving into unsolved or unusual crime cases around the world,’ the source said.

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‘She has been inundated with offers for her own TV shows but this will see her travel around the world interviewing suspected death row inmates to extremists and people proclaiming their innocence.’

McCollum, from Northern Ireland, flew into Liverpool John Lennon Airport last week to start discussions on the show, according to the news site.

Peru Two drugs mule to 'interview dealers in prison for new series'
Michaella tired to smuggle cocaine from Peru into Spain (Picture: AP)

Last week rumours suggested Michaella and Melissa are to appear in the next Celebrity Big Brother, but these claims have not been confirmed.

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The pair, nicknamed the Peru Two, were found in possession of 24lbs of cocaine stashed inside food packets.

While in Peruvian jail they slept on concrete bunks and had to use a hole in the floor for a toilet.

They were released and returned to Britain last summer.