Savannah Daisley: Heiress and Smart Cleanse Entrepreneur Granted Pardon on Bail Following Child Abuse Allegations

A Sydney heiress and lifestyle guru was given relaxed bail restrictions for Christmas after being repeatedly accused of having sex with a 14-year-old boy.

Savannah Daisley is accused of having unlawful sex with the teenager four times in a single day in May last year.

Police allege the 45-year-old said she had certain feelings and provided him with alcohol before allegedly having sex with the boy.

Afterwards, police claim they told the 14-year-old to keep quiet about the affair, saying it was a one-off event.

The call was legally intercepted by police, who claim Ms Daisley admitted to some of the offenses during her conversation with the teenager. The call will be relied upon when the matter goes to court.

A court had previously heard that the successful business owner was allegedly heavily intoxicated at the time of the crimes.

Here, attorneys have said she will defend the four counts of aggravated sexual intercourse with a child, although no formal pleas have been filed.

Ms Daisley’s bail was amended earlier this year to allow her to attend to business and financial matters related to her business.

The entrepreneur runs a celebrity-backed business called Smart Cleanse, which focuses on promoting detoxification and health.

The self-proclaimed naturopath has around 40,000 followers on Instagram thanks to her two-week detox program and has written two books on well-being.

Ms. Daisley’s bail was secured by a $100,000 bond from her father, champion horse breeder Ross Daisley. Her bail includes the condition that she live with her parents in a luxurious area of ​​the Southern Highlands.

The heiress was granted even milder bail conditions in Sydney Downing Center Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.

The 45-year-old can now leave the house unsupervised during the day, although she is restricted to the house by a nighttime curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Court documents show Ms Daisley is required to report to police twice a week and undergo drug and alcohol tests to ensure she is not violating her bail terms.

She is forbidden to be in the company of children unsupervised and cannot contact the alleged victim or witnesses.

Ms Daisley is set to return to court on December 22 when she is expected to file pleas on the sex-with-a-child charge.

Originally published as a court win for an heiress and entrepreneur accused of child sex

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