Police called after Roxy Jacenko posts pics of her kids

ROXY Jacenko has potentially landed herself in a spot of trouble after she posted a photo of her two children in a motorised toy car on a Sydney street.

Jacenko, who heads Sydney's powerhouse PR company Sweaty Betty, has two children with her husband Oliver Curtis.

And, while her husband is about to finish his year-long sentence at Cooma prison for insider trading, it appears the family may not be done with the police just yet.

According to Confidential, NSW Police are "taking a close look" at pictures and videos of Jacenko's two children Pixie, 5, and Hunter, 3.

The photos in question see the two driving a children's motorised car without helmets, on public streets around Sydney.

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Jacenko also posted a photo to her daughter Pixie's account, which already boasts more than 100,000 followers.

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Just what I needed ! @kidscarsales 👍🏽

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And, this isn't the first time police have asked questions of the PR maven.

Jacenko was reportedly paid a visit in October last year after she posted a selfie of her and five-year-old Pixie sitting in the front seat of her car, without her booster seat.

After having to field questions from police, Jacenko deleted the photo.

Police took no further action.

A day later she seemed to have a dig at her followers who called the police by posting another car photo.

This time Hunter and Pixie were both sitting in the back of the car, in their legal car seats with Jacenko captioning the photo with an emoji rolling its eyes and a second emoji with its tongue poking out.

Jacenko was contacted by Newscorp Australia for comment but did not respond at the time of going to print.

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