Published Sunday, 18 August 2013
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Michaella McCollum Connolly, who is 20 and from Dungannon, and 19-year-old Melissa Reid from Scotland, were arrested last week boarding a flight to Spain.
They are accused of having 11kg of illegal drugs - worth £1.5m - in their luggage.
McCollum's legal representative, Peter Madden of Madden & Finucane, has flown to Lima and discussed the situation with her.
A statement from the Belfast-based law firm on Sunday evening said: "Mr Peter Madden, lawyer of Michaella McCollum, will not be making any comment on behalf of his client until he has further spoken to his client in relation to her situation in Peru.
"He intends to attend the police station tomorrow afternoon and will make a statement outside afterwards and answer questions."
The accused women have denied the allegations, claiming they were forced at gunpoint to make the journey from the Spanish holiday island of Ibiza, where they had been working in bars, after being befriended by a man from London.
However the head of Ibiza's anti-drugs unit, Alberto Arian Barilla, cast doubt on their claims.
McCollum and Reid may be held pre-charge for up to 30 days - after that they could then spend up to three years in prison before a trial takes place.
The Dungannon woman's brother Keith has flown out to Peru to support her.
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