Newspaper article: http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/593820/Miracle-cancer-cure-probe-woman-Caribbean-base
A WOMAN under investigation in Britain after potions containing bleach were sold as “miracle” cancer cures over the internet is planning to open a new healing centre in the Caribbean.
Her £3million home in Farnham, Surrey, was last month visited by trading standards officials who warned her that it was against the law to offer unapproved treatments for cancer.
Jewell already splits her time between Surrey and her healing clinic based at a modern hotel in Bulgaria, from where alternative medicines are dispatched to customers around the world.
In the new internet post she claims to have been injured in a zip wire accident five years ago.
Her post adds: “I have damage to my spine and cannot walk as my legs will no longer hold me.
“I am in Dominica looking at opening a new centre.”
Trading standards executives raided her gated mansion to monitor a meeting of followers of the controversial Mexico-based Church of Genesis II.
The church has been condemned for selling “miracle” cancer cures, which have turned out to be dangerous industrial bleach solutions.
Officials wanted assurances the so-called MMS liquid was not being offered to followers and were told it was not.
Ms Jewell was once a “bishop” in the church but has distanced herself from the organisation in recent weeks.
However, in a YouTube video she is pictured at her desk in the Bulgarian clinic with a church poster behind her.
Her daughter Emily, who is in her mid-20s, has been undergoing training in alternative medicines in Bulgaria.
In an Instagram picture, Emily is pictured with a middle-aged man and a woman called Zara.
Calling herself Miss Energie, Emily’s caption reads: “With doctor-in-training Zara and one of my favourite patients. So angry what these pathetic UK doctors have done to him with chemotherapy.
“He is now recovering and managed to double the expiry date they gave him.
“Open your eyes people, how much money goes into cancer research and what have they really come up with since chemo?”
Asked if she worked for her mother, Emily insisted: “No I don’t work for my mum. I have my own business myself.”