Facing charges of sexual abuse is 45-year-old horse heiress Savannah Daisley, mother of two, who appears to have sex with a 14 year old four times in just one day.
The 45-year-old appeared in Sydney’s Waverley Local Court on Tuesday with Judge Jaqueline Milledge to deny her release on bailcalling the categories “extremely unpleasant”.
The stunning woman, who is the daughter of famous Australian horse breeder Ross Daisley, denies the charges and has pleaded not guilty. According to Police harassed the minor four times on May 20, while it remains unclear if the two knew each other before sex.
According to prosecutor Daniel Richardson, one of the officers told him about a recorded conversation in which the heiress can be heard admitting to kissing the teenager. Daisley, however, seems to remember nothing of what she had said at the time she was drunk
“He can be heard saying ‘I thought you were going to call the police, I thought we had hidden all this in a little box and thrown it deep into the sea,'” the prosecutor said, referring to the conversation. The phone call could be damning for her. Confessions were made which are a very serious element,” he added.
Her Instagram account has been deleted however, in a screenshot from a recent publication, which was published by news.com.au, it said that she had been clean of alcohol for 223 days. She also said that she had broken up with her partner of 8 years.
The website states: “Over the years Savannah has helped tens of thousands of people detox their bodies, lose weight, heal their digestion, improve their strength and fitness, eliminate stress, reverse aging process, to overcome various adverse health conditions through the benefits of detoxification and she is passionate about it.
The 45-year-old is the author of two books, “14 Day Smart Cleanse” and the upcoming “Epigenetics,” which is set to examine how “stress and toxins have a detrimental effect on cell function and structure.”
Daisley’s father, Ross Daisley, became famous when the thoroughbred horse Choisir won the prestigious Royal Ascot and Newmarket races in 2003. He offered to pay $10,000 bail to be released on parole, but the judge refused the offer.
Daisley will remain behind bars until her next court appearance on August 23.
Source: News Beast