Socialite publicist Roxy Jacenko‘s PR company Sweaty Betty was visited by police again amidst complaints from her workers that her office is violating health regulations.
“Wouldn’t be a normal day in the life of RJ if we didn’t have a daily visit from some lovely officers who’s time is wasted, yet again, by another anonymous tip off about me ‘breaking Covid-19 rules’,” Jacenko said in an Instagram story picturing police officers outside her Paddington-based office.
“… Suffice to say – again we toured the office [and] we were of course compliant. I asked next time for the raptor squad [laughing emoji].”
Jacenko’s Instagram story comes just one day after she slammed NSW government for claiming she had breached health and safety regulations.
SafeWork NSW sent the PR giant a notice claiming there were concerns about alleged health and safety issues, including not allowing her staff to work from home.
“Workers and others may be at risk in the workplace due to alleged inadequate controls from biological hazards and to manage the risk of infection to COVID-19,” SafeWork NSW said in a notice to Jacenko.
“Specifically, it is alleged that workers are not being allowed to work from home in line with public health orders without consultation or a reasonably practicable review being conducted.”
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“I have had enough,” Jacenko said in the caption of a post showcasing the notice.
She proceeded to rant about needing staff in person to deliver products that can’t be delivered from home, before calling her workers “imbeciles.”
“I wonder if I stopped paying the wages of these imbeciles who are making these reports of me apparently flouting the rules they might change their tune…,” she said.
SafeWork NSW warned in the letter that her firm may be inspected in the future – and judging from her Instagram story, it looks like they weren’t kidding.