Savannah Daisley: heiress and Smart Cleanse entrepreneur granted bail reprieve after child sex allegations

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Savannah Daisley: heiress and Smart Cleanse entrepreneur granted bail reprieve after child sex allegations

A Sydney heiress and lifestyle guru has been given the gift of relaxed bail restrictions for Christmas after she was charged with having sex with a 14-year-old boy multiple times.

Savannah Daisley is charged with having had unlawful sex with the teenager on four occasions in a single day during May last year.

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

Afterwards, police claim she told the 14-year-old to stay quiet about the affair and stated it was a one-off occurrence.

The phone call was legally tapped by police, who allege Ms Daisley admitted to some of the offending during her chat with the teen. The phone call will be relied upon when the matter goes to trial.

A court previously heard the successful business owner was allegedly highly intoxicated at the time of the offences.

Her lawyers have indicated she will defend the four counts of aggravated sexual intercourse with a child, although pleas have not been formally entered.

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

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

The self-described naturopath boasts around 40,000 followers on Instagram thanks to her two week detox program and has written two books on wellbeing.

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

On Tuesday, the heiress was granted even more lenient bail conditions in Sydney Downing Centre Local Court.

The 45-year-old will now be able to leave the house during the daytime without supervision, although she is restricted to the house by a nightly curfew from 10pm to 6am.

Court documents reveal Ms Daisley has to report to police twice a week and must submit to drug and alcohol testing to ensure she is not breaching her bail conditions.

She is forbidden from being in the company of children unless supervised and cannot contact the alleged victim or any witnesses.

Ms Daisley will return to court on December 22, when she is expected to enter pleas to the charges of having sex with a child.

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