Heather Mack was "smuggled" out of hospital, along with her newborn baby, and returned to jail earlier today in Bali.

As Popdust previously reported, the 19-year-old, and her 21-year-old boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, are currently standing trial for killing Mack’s wealthy socialite mother, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, before stuffing her body in a suitcase and dumping it.

The Chicago couple—who were on vacation at the St. Regis Bali Resort with Wiese-Mack at the time of the death last August, hired a taxi and then placed the suitcase inside the trunk. They then told the taxi driver that they were going to check out of the hotel and would return—which they never did.

The pair initially denied any involvement in the killing, claiming Wiese-Mack was murdered during an attack by robbers from which they managed to flee uninjured.

However, the 62-year-old was caught on CCTV footage fighting with Schaefer in the hotel lobby on the morning of the alleged murder—and Chicago authorities have provided Bali cops with records of 86 separate incidents, dated between 2004 and 2013, where cops were called to the upscale Oak Park suburb home shared by Wiese-Mack and her daughter after numerous violent bust-ups between the two.

In September, Schaefer finally ‘fessed up to causing Wiese-Mack's death—claiming they became embroiled in a fierce fight after she found out about her daughter’s pregnancy, and that he hit her with the metal handle of a fruit bowl, while Mack hid in the bathroom.

Schaefer claimed in court earlier this month that he had hid the metal handle under his shirt, in case he needed to protect himself against Wiese-Mack—alleging that upon hearing news of the pregnancy, she flipped out, screamed a racial slur at him, accused Mack of being “a prostitute who liked black men,” demanded she have an abortion, and then strangled him for around 30 seconds.

Schaefer insists he struck Wiese-Mack in self-defense, and that after he realized she was no longer breathing, attempted to give her artificial respiration.

During her testimony however, Mack claimed Schaefer beat her mother with a soup bowl after she threatened him during an argument. She claims she begged him to stop before running and locking herself in the bathroom.

Fast forward to last Wednesday and Mack gave birth, via Caesarian, to a 6lb 1oz baby girl she has named Stella Schaefer.

Ironically, given the circumstances of her death, it was actually Wiese-Mack who paid for the delivery of the baby she so objected to—along with Mack’s ongoing legal fees relating to her death—via a trust fund she set up for her daughter.

Meanwhile, Mack, along with her new born, has returned to the notorious Kerobokan prison—where, under Bali law she is allowed to keep her baby with her for the first two years of the child’s life.

Schaefer has not been granted permission to visit with his daughter, and remains behind bars in the men's wing of the same prison.

If convicted of pre-meditated murder, the couple could be sentenced to death by firing squad.

You would think that after police in Bali found the body of her dead mother in a suitcase in a taxi, the last thing on the mind of Heather Lois Mack would be what she's being given to eat right now

,But the imprisoned, pregnant 19-year-old from the wealthy suburb of Oak Park near Chicago has been complaining about how bad the food is behind bars.

"Heather complains about the food and that she is not being well-treated in jail, nevertheless police treat the prisoners all the same," said Djoko Hari Utomo, chief of police for the Balinese capital Denpasar, according to NBC News.

Mack became outraged when guards fed her American fast food staple, KFC, claiming it was racist to assume she liked fried chicken just because she's black—they've since switched to a, presumably less offensive, alternative in order to cater to her whims.

"She told me today she had been given McDonald's," said her Chicago attorney Michael Elkin. "She said she has also been given rice and water, but I am also concerned that she has not had sufficient water."

Police say they are surprised by the allegations, explaining that KFC is considered expensive to most Indonesians.

“We have already given treatment that is more than normal,” Mr Utomo confirmed, adding, "We give the same food for all suspects. We also give special attention to her as she is still young. This is a transition period for her."

As PopDust previously reported, Mack and boyfriend Tommy Schaefer were arrested last week after the body of her mom, Sheila von Wiese-Mack, was found stuffed inside a suitcase in the trunk of a taxi parked in front of the St. Regis Bali Resort.

The pair was tied to the grisly death by eye-witnesses and crime scene evidence, said Bali deputy police chief Brig. Gen. Gusti Ngurah Raharja Subyakta.

According to local police, the couple hired the taxi and then placed the suitcase inside the trunk. They then told the taxi driver that they were going to check out of the hotel and would return—which they never did.

Police suspect that von Wiese-Mack was bludgeoned to death with an ashtray or vase, before being folded up and shoved in the case. Her body is due to travel back to the U.S. on Tuesday for a full medical examination.

Authorities in the upscale Chicago suburb where the mother-daughter duo are from examined records of 86 incidents in which police were called to the family’s house in Oak Park where von Wiese-Mack lived with her daughter, according to USAToday.

Von Wiese-Mack was well known in the wealthy neighborhood, having been married to the late jazz and classical composer James L. Mack, who died in 2006.

What started out as a family vacation ended up with a body in a suitcase.

Indonesian police charged Chicago couple, Tommy Schaefer, 21, and  Heather Mack, 19, with murder after the body of her mom, Sheila von Wiese-Mack was found inside the trunk of a taxi parked in front of the St. Regis Bali Resort, according to USA Today.

The pair was tied to the grisly death by eye witnesses and crime scene evidence, said Bali deputy police chief Brig. Gen. Gusti Ngurah Raharja Subyakta.

According to local police, the couple hired the taxi and then placed the suitcase inside the trunk. They then told the taxi driver that they were going to check out of the hotel and would return—which they never did.

Hotel security guards subsequently found blood spots on the suitcase and suggested the driver take the taxi to the police station, where officers opened the case and discovered von Wiese-Mack’s dead body.

When confronted by police, the pair came up with a seemingly-bogus story about how they were attacked by robbers but managed to escape after Mack’s mother was killed by the criminals.

However, CCTV footage shows the 62-year-old having an argument with her daughter’s boyfriend on Monday in the hotel’s lobby, and scars on her forearm and a broken fingernail suggest a violent struggle.

Meanwhile, authorities in an upscale Chicago suburb examined records of 86 incidents in which police were called to the family's house in Oak Park where von Wiese-Mack lived with her daughter, according to USAToday. Friends have also started talking to local reporters, alleging that the mother-daughter relationship was sometimes contentious.

The calls started in 2004 and lasted through June 2013, according to village of Oak Park spokesman David Powers, who also said the family moved out about a year ago.

Von Wiese-Mack was well known in the wealthy neighborhood, having been married to the late jazz and classical composer James L. Mack, who died in 2006.