Police Investigate Astrology Influencer for Deaths of Partner and Baby

Spiritual healer and online astrological influencer Danielle Johnson warned her massive following of an imminent “apocalypse.” She said the Total Solar Eclipse of 2024 was a sign of “more deaths” to come.

In the run-up to the rare solar event, Danielle, 34, posted increasingly erratically, advising people to “pick a side” and get their hearts “in the right place” in preparation for a “new world order.”

On April 8th, about three a.m., there was a loud altercation at her home in Woodland Hills. Johnson sped off in her Porsche SUV with her two children. At around 4:30 a.m., witnesses saw her abruptly shoved her children out of the car and into the line of oncoming traffic as the automobile hurtled down the 405 Freeway.

Her eight-month-old infant was killed, but her nine-year-old sibling miraculously survived. Johnson eventually crashed into a tree in Redondo Beach, California, succumbing to her injuries.

After seeing the open front door in Woodland Hills, neighbors checked on the family around 7:30 am. They discovered Jaelen Chaney, 29, her live-in partner, lying in a pool of blood. He was stabbed to death. Police estimate that he was murdered around 3:40 am.

Tragically, what little details are known about the event indicate that it began as a verbal argument but escalated into a physical confrontation.

Twenty individuals in the United States experience physical abuse at the hands of an intimate partner every minute. That is over ten million assaults annually. An intimate partner has hurt one out of every seven women and one out of every twenty-five males. Some scientists have speculated that the stressors and lockdowns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic may have contributed to the current upsurge in murder suicides, calling it a “pandemic within a pandemic.”

Johnson (real name: Danielle Ayoka), an ambitious musician, released an album in 2020 and a string of more songs the following year. She also owned an Etsy store under the name RichGirlMagic, where she sold handmade goods for $15 and had over 800 customers who gave her positive feedback.

Signs of her worsening mental health, in retrospect, wer apparent.