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From Santa Monica Close Up:

"Venice Healer Daisy was released from jail after a week, thanks to the support of family, friends, and the community. On Wednesday, July 10, 2024, the couple made an announcement at Venice Beach to express their gratitude and outline their future plans."

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


This just released interview with Daisy the Venice Healer was recorded prior to her hospitalization and her arrest last week.

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Santa Monica Close Up talks to John "All Good", Daisy's current Prince and business partner about her arrest:

"John All Good shared a compelling account of the events that unfolded on July 3rd and 4th, when he and Venice Healer Daisy, were arrested following a protest outside the courthouse over Daisy's child custody case. The protest, which aimed to address issues of family conflict resolution and promote messages of love and unity, took a dramatic turn when police confronted the couple.

John detailed how the situation escalated quickly when police mistakenly believed he was carrying a weapon due to a locked container attached to his motorcycle. Despite explaining that it contained no ammunition and he didn’t possess the key, the encounter led to their arrest. He described the police's response as overly aggressive, highlighting that they were equipped with high-precision non-lethal weapons.

While in custody, John expressed admiration for the professionalism of the officers' tactical skills but criticized the misinformation and communication failures that led to the use of force. He recounted how, after being hit with a non-lethal round and taken to the hospital against his will, he was eventually released with minor charges. Daisy, however, faced more severe legal consequences and remains in custody facing significant charges.

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


On Thursday morning, Daisy the Venice Healer had a seizure while on the boardwalk.

According to her video, she became paralized, going in and out of conscious.

She recently had surgery to have her botched butt and hip implants redone and was told to stay inside and rest so her body can recover, but she chose to come out to Venice Beach, which she believes is the reason she started having seizures.

She was taken to the hospital, where she said the prognosis "multiple grand mal seizures (loss of consciousness and violent muscle contractions)". As well as dehydration and heart palpitations.

"I died and came back several times"

Daisy was released from the hospital later in the evening. "I don't have use of my legs right now...thank you guys for your support"







With the powers of her Care Bear Stare, Venice Healer Daisy mediates a conflict over a $5 energy drink on the Venice Beach Boardwalk.

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3 homeless men from Ventura cause havoc on the Venice Beach Boardwalk.

Featuring: Venice Healer Daisy , Buzzed Lightyear, the LAPD, a hardcore tough guy from Ventura, & many more....

Back Story: According to witnesses, a trio of homeless men (proudly claiming they are from Ventura County) showed up on the Venice Boardwalk and started causing problems. The latest problem led to one of the 3 men pulling out a bottle and trying to attack one of the locals. He lost that fight and ended up on the ground beat up and bloody, while his friend ran off. That is where this video begins, when the police show up and the second guy comes back....


On the morning of Monday, May 13, 2024, a notable confrontation occurred on the Venice Beach Boardwalk between Daisy the Venice Healer and Kenny, a local regulator. The argument quickly intensified as Daisy voiced her concerns regarding the behavior of a man named Elijah, labeling him as overly violent. She urged Kenny to intervene, but her pleas were met with staunch opposition and counter-accusations.

Kenny rebuffed Daisy's appeals, accusing her of causing disruptions and questioning her sincerity and motives. He shared his feelings of being misunderstood and unfairly judged by others in their community. As the disagreement continued, both parties blamed each other for a lack of support and respect. Daisy advocated for resolving issues through love and understanding, contrasting sharply with Kenny’s criticisms of her associations with individuals he considered negatively influential.

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


From Santa Monica Close Up:

"Venice Healer Daisy along with her fiancé Jeff Kupers and a team of volunteers, stepped in to support the community by feeding the homeless on the Venice Beach Boardwalk. This initiative came as a response to the illness of Dan Hubbard, the founder and CEO of Oasis, who was recently sidelined and unable to continue his work.

Daisy and Jeff began their day early, using the Oasis van to collect donated food items from Whole Foods and Vons. They then transported these provisions to Venice Beach, where volunteers were ready to distribute them. The assortment of donated food included fresh fruits and vegetables, pastries, cookies and desserts, baked breads, and various protein options.

The couple plans to continue this vital service, providing meals to the unhoused while Dan is recovering. Their efforts align with the broader mission of Oasis Network, which has a long-standing tradition of reaching out to the homeless, not only on weekends at Venice Beach but also on weekdays in Redondo.

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


Venice Healer Daisy anmd her group do a Freestyle Rap Concert on the Venice Boardwalk.

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


Venice Healer Daisy preforms on top of some trash cans during the Solar Eclipse on the Venice Boardwalk.



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From Santa Monica Close Up:

"Venice Beach Boardwalk cleanup encountered a hurdle as Venice Healer Daisy stood firm at her tiny home location. Despite requests from Los Angeles Park Rangers to move her belongings for the cleanup operation, Daisy chose not to comply. The Rangers, opting against using force, allowed Daisy and a few other individuals to remain, redirecting their cleanup efforts to other areas of the beach and boardwalk.

The cleanup, a routine operation carried out every Friday, is a collaboration between the Department of Public Works and Recreation and Parks, along with Action Cleanup Environmental Services. While Action Cleanup handles the sorting of hazardous materials like batteries and syringes, Public Works deals with non-hazardous waste, part of the city's broader homelessness strategy focusing on public health and safety.

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


From Santa Monica Close Up:

"Venice Healer Daisy began building her sixth tiny home on Venice Beach. This new unit will serve multiple purposes, including personal reflection, yoga, and hosting healing circles."

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


Venice Healer Daisy said that Fox News was just coming to make fun of her and since they were not going to let her do a real interview, she was going to troll them. Fox only ended up using a few clips of what Daisy said. This is the full "interview" where Fox News' Jesse Watters talks to her through an earpiece they gave her (there were only cuts made to this video remove the times homeboy on his pedicab passed by playing copyrighted music that Youtube does not allow).



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Venice Healer Daisy want German in Venice to bow down to her and to become less conservative.



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From Santa Monica Close Up:

"On Friday, March 1, 2024, an impromptu gathering unfolded on the Venice Beach Boardwalk, featuring Venice Healer Daisy. Despite a recent injury that left her with a broken foot, necessitating the use of a wheelchair, Daisy engaged in heartfelt discussions with a local Venice Sage and a Monk. The incident leading to her injury occurred during a dance performance, where an ambitious jumping twirl resulted in a hard landing and a subsequent fracture.

Amidst sharing insights on healing and community, Daisy also opened up about a personal chapter of her life. She detailed a recent marriage proposal she made to a man she refers to as her new "Turkish King," revealing that her offer was not accepted. Daisy provided an elaborate account of their exchange, shedding light on her experiences with love and rejection. This meeting not only highlighted the resilience and spirit of a community figure but also touched on the universal themes of love, loss, and the search for meaning."



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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.


From Santa Monica Close Up:

"On Wednesday, February 14, Venice Healer Daisy recently presented a puppet show on the Venice Beach Boardwalk that captured the hearts of onlookers. Through the narrative of her show, she conveyed a powerful message about possession, forgiveness, and the strength of community.

The performance began with a puppet discovering a golden jewel, which led to a brief conflict when its original owner appeared. However, the situation quickly resolved with an apology and a lesson in trust and friendship. The puppets discussed the difficulties of living outdoors and the need for supportive relationships to create safety and strength in numbers.

The show took a turn when it depicted the struggles faced by the homeless community, particularly the disruption caused by city actions, such as the removal of their belongings. Daisy's puppets rallied together, emphasizing unity and the importance of being part of a tribe to face the challenges of displacement and enforcement.

In a whimsical twist, Daisy introduced a character based on Sergeant McAdams, using humor to address the tensions between the homeless community and local authorities. The 'Superhero Squad' was called to remind everyone, including the officer, of the inherent love and worth in all individuals.

Daisy's performance ended on a high note, promoting the concept of her tribe and extending an open invitation to the audience to join in solidarity. Her puppet show not only entertained but also offered a glimpse into her philosophy of love, community, and social advocacy. "

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Mike, aka German in Venice, vlogs about daily life in Venice Beach, and the nearby communities.

"Friday is the weekly homeless encampment and bathroom cleanup in Venice, Beach California. You never know what you can expect."

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From Santa Monica Close Up:

"Venice Healer Daisy alongside her friend Bruce, offered insights on recent developments at Venice Beach Boardwalk this Monday, February 12, 2024. In the wake of her fourth tiny home's removal, Daisy remains optimistic, detailing her encounters with local law enforcement and her plans for future projects.

She provided a glimpse into her personal life, mentioning strides in reconnecting with her children and humorously narrating her interactions with the police, whom she playfully refers to as "superheroes." Her conversations revealed an emphasis on creating a peaceful coexistence in Venice Beach, aligning with the officers' objectives.

Daisy also spoke about the constructive dialogues with Sergeant McAdams, pointing towards potential collaborations to find mutually beneficial solutions for the community, sanitation workers, the homeless, and local businesses."

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Santa Monica Close Up is a photo blog by Santa Monica based Photojournalist/Press photographer Fabian Lewkowicz. Fabian is the former staff photographer for the Santa Monica Daily Observer Press, Santa Monica Mirror, Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Corsair.