Daisy De La Hoya has been left "shocked and devastated" by the death of Corey Haim, she tells RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview, and says she can't believe this was an intentional overdose, insisting that it must of been an accident.
"Corey was looking forward to the future, he was making plans," Daisy tells RadarOnline.com. "He had a movie coming up and he was talking about directing, I can't believe he would of done this on purpose, it had to be an accident."
Daisy, was introduced to Haim through their mutual friend Corey Feldman, and although they only met just over a month ago, she says they had an "amazing connection" and had been hanging out together, building a relationship.
Daisy tells RadarOnline.com, "Corey Feldman had been saying to me for ages that I had to meet Corey Haim, he said we were totally kindred spirits and that we would really hit it off.
"Eventually we did meet and he was right. We just connected straight away, we had an automatic connection. I recognized that he was a lost soul, we had the same behavior patterns, we had a lot in common."
Daisy tells RadarOnline.com that she last hung out with Haim a couple of weeks ago but that she had spoken to him a couple of days ago, as well as swapping texts and emails, and nothing seemed amiss. "He seemed fine," Daisy says, "I know that his mom having cancer was a big thing for him, that was huge, but he seemed great.
"It's such a tragedy, he was so talented and had so much to offer. He was a sweet, caring, respectful person who just wanted to be loved."