Australian Heiress Charged With Molesting Boy Four Times in One Da
An heiress of a famous Australian horse trainer has been charged with child sexual abuse after allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old boy four times in one day. Savannah Daisley, 45, also an Instagram influencer, was denied bail in a Sydney court on Tuesday due to the “quite disturbing” allegations as described by Judge Jaqueline Milledge, according to the New York Post.
Authorities say Daisley molested the boy four times back on May 20, 2021. She was officially charged with four counts of aggravated sexual intercourse with a minor. It remains unknown whether the two knew each other before the alleged incident.
The Accused: Glamorous Heiress, Mother of Two, and Daughter to Famed Horse Breeder
The mother of two happens to be the daughter of famed horse breeder Ross Daisley and heiress to his Australian horse-breeding empire. The Post reports that she has denied the accusations and intends to plead not guilty.
According to some sources, her net worth currently sits at around $20 million. She had been living in a stunning $10 million waterfront home in her native Australia before her incarceration.
Daisley herself is a businesswoman, entrepreneur, and self-described “naturopath,” as well as the founder of the weight loss company Smart Cleanse, which charges clients up to $539.95 for starter packs, per the Daily Mail. Her Instagram page was no longer available as of Friday.
Heiress Allegedly Admitted to Molesting Boy In Damning Phone Call
News.com.au reports that Daisley revealed in a now-deleted Instagram post that she was 223 days sober and had recently “walked away from her partner of 8 years.”
Prosecutor Daniel Richardson also revealed that a police officer had told him about a recording of a revealing phone call made by the heiress to the teen where she reportedly admits to kissing the boy.
“But she says, ‘I thought you were going to call the police on me; I thought we had placed this in a little box and thrown it deep into the sea,’” the prosecutor told the court. “[The officer’s] instruction to me was the phone call was quite damning to her. The facts are that admissions were made that were captured on telephone intercept, and it is a quite serious matter.”
Her father, who bred the renowned thoroughbred racehorse Choisir, had offered to put up $10,000 bail for his daughter, however the judge ultimately chose to keep her remanded in custody until her next court date.
Daisley will be held in Silverwater Women’s Correctional Center until her next court appearance on August 2.
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