Smart Cleanse founder Savannah Daisley: Inside detox heiress’s life behind bars


Detox heiress accused of having sex with a 14-year-old boy four times in one DAY begs to be freed from jail because her mental health is deteriorating and her high-flying company is losing MILLIONS

  • Savannah Daisley will apply for bail after four weeks behind bars, court told
  • Lawyers says her mental health has deteriorated behind bars at Silverwater 
  • Will increase her bail security to $100,000, is willing to report daily to police
  • Smart Cleanse founder charged with four counts of sexual intercourse of boy, 14

Celebrity weight loss guru and horse breeding heiress Savannah Daisley will offer up $100,000 in bail surety in a bid to get out of prison, complaining her mental health is deteriorating and her business is losing ‘millions of dollars’. 

Daisley, 48, applied for bail in Sydney’s Downing Centre Local Court on Monday afternoon, after being remanded in custody last month charged with four counts of sexual intercourse with a child aged between 14 and 16.  

Police allege the Instagram influencer and the boy had sex four times over a 24 hour period from 5pm on May 19, 2021. 

Daisley is currently locked up in Silverwater Women’s maximum security jail in Sydney’s west, a far cry from her $10million waterfront mansion 20km away on the city’s lower north shore.

Lawyers for the Smart Cleanse founder, who promotes her 14-day detox programs internationally with celebrity endorsements, told the court on Monday they will also argue that Ms Daisley’s mother has ovarian cancer. 

Smart Cleanse founder Savannah Daisley (pictured)  is fighting to be released on bail after spending the past four weeks behind bars

Lawyer Gabrielle Bashir told the court that at a previous, unsuccessful bail application earlier this month a magistrate had been wrongly informed the alleged offences carried a maximum penalty of 14 years, whereas it was only 12 years.

She argued Ms Daisley had ‘deteriorating mental health in custody’, that she was due to appear in an AVO matter against her ex-partner James Wallis and that further imprisonment meant a ‘substantial financial deterrent’ to her wellness business of ‘millions of dollars’. 

Ms Daisley’s father, the famous horse breeder Ross Daisley who raced renowned thoroughbred Choisir at Royal Ascot, was in court for his daughter’s hearing on Monday. 

He has previously offered to pay $10,000 bail to have his daughter released from custody.

Ms Daisley would be willing to report daily to police from her $10m waterfront mansion at Longueville.

Savannah Daisley has been charged with four counts of sexual intercourse with a child aged between 14 and 16 years

Savannah Daisley has been charged with four counts of sexual intercourse with a child aged between 14 and 16 years

Horse breeder Ross Daisley (pictured with Savannah in 1993) was at his daughter's court hearing on Monday

Horse breeder Ross Daisley (pictured with Savannah in 1993) was at his daughter’s court hearing on Monday

Pictured: The Sydney Harbour view from Daisley's $10million home on Sydney's lower north shore

Pictured: The Sydney Harbour view from Daisley’s $10million home on Sydney’s lower north shore

Ms Daisley is a successful entrepreneur and founder of Smart Cleanse – a 14-day program comprising capsules and powers that promise to detoxify clients’ bodies, eliminate stress, shed kilos, and ‘reverse ageing’.

Ms Daisley’s products now sell across Australia after she secured deals with pharmacy giant Priceline in 2018, and with supplement giant Mr Vitamin in 2020. 

She launched the company in 2014 and quickly attracted a celebrity following, including Neighbours star Jodi Gordon, who featured in a video testimonial for Smart Cleanse in June 2021 – spruiking the program as her ‘health and beauty secret’.

The bail application will take place this afternoon.  

Ms Daisley's lawyers told the court that further imprisonment meant a 'substantial financial deterrent' to her wellness business of 'millions of dollars'.

Ms Daisley’s lawyers told the court that further imprisonment meant a ‘substantial financial deterrent’ to her wellness business of ‘millions of dollars’.

Pictured: A cell at Silverwater remand prison in NSW, where Daisley is being held in remand

Pictured: A cell at Silverwater remand prison in NSW, where Daisley is being held in remand

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