A New Zealand woman, who has been held in Bali after a drug raid since mid-February, is unlikely to be charged over drugs found in the holiday villa where she was staying.
But Leeza Ormsby has still been charged with possessing a marijuana joint she allegedly admitted to having in her handbag when arrested at the scene of the raid at a villa on the resort island.
The 37-year-old cried and shielded her face from cameras as she was led from the prosecutor's office to a cell.
She told reporters she just wanted to go home, and had told the truth.
According to her lawyer, Ari Soenardi, the case has been prolonged because police had been trying to get Ms Ormsby to admit to owning ecstasy and hashish found at the villa.
She denied they were hers, and said she was only at the raided villa to pick up her laptop and towel.
A reporter with Australian Associated Press, Gabrielle Dunlevy, told Checkpoint Ms Ormsby will be formally informed of the specific charges during a court appearance expected next month.