Glamorous heiress, 45, charged with having sex with 14-year-old boy four times in one day

An Australian horse heiress is facing charges after allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old kid four times in one day.

Savannah Daisley, 45, appeared in Waverley Local Court in Sydney on Tuesday on claims of child sex assault, and Judge Jaqueline Milledge denied her bail due to the “very troubling” accusations.

The gorgeous mother of two, the daughter of well-known Australian horse breeder Ross Daisley, fiercely rejected the claim and wants to plead not guilty.

Cops believe Daisley groped the kid four times before 5 p.m. on May 20, last year. It’s unknown if the two knew each other before the claimed activities.

Daisley’s defence attorney screamed out, claiming that the charges levelled against his wealthy client were concocted “for malice,” and that the matter was a “oath against oath” one.

Meanwhile, prosecutor Daniel Richardson argues there is proof from the horse’s mouth: He said a cop told him about a tape of the heiress’s sleazy phone call, in which she supposedly confesses to kissing the adolescent.

According to Richardson, the tape shows that Daisley had minimal recall of the encounter, probably due to her intoxication at the time.

“But she responds, ‘I thought you were going to call the cops on me, I thought we were going to pack this in a tiny box and dump it deep into the sea,'” the prosecution said in court. “[The officer’s] directive to me was that the phone call was incriminating to her.” The findings are that admissions were made that were intercepted over the phone, and that is a very serious situation.”

Daisley’s Instagram account has since been removed, however a screenshot of a recent post shows a message written by the heiress indicating she had been clean for 223 days. The article also indicates that she “walked away from her 8-year relationship.”

Daisley is a certified naturopath who established Smart Cleanse, which provides several 14-day detox regimens.

According to the company website, over the years, Savannah has assisted tens of thousands of people detoxify their bodies, lose weight, heal their digestion, improve strength and fitness, eliminate stress, reverse the ageing process, and overcome various adverse health conditions through the benefits of detoxification, and is passionate about doing so.

The brunette is also the writer of books, “14 Day Smart Cleanse” and the soon-to-be-released “Epigenetics,” which will look at how “anxiety and pollutants have a deleterious influence on cell function and structure.”

Ross Daisley rose to prominence after his thoroughbred racehorse Choisir won the famous Royal Ascot and Newmarket races in 2003.

He promised $10,000 to assure that his daughter returned to court if she was granted conditional release. A judge turned down the offer.

Daisley will be held in custody until her next court session on August 23.

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