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The Daily Telegraph is reporting that lewd photoshopped images of high-profile PR executive Roxy Jacenko’s daughter Pixie Curtis have been circulated around Sydney’s fashion industry.

In a recent interview with The Daily Telegraph, Roxy said the images were brought to her attention and she immediately contacted the police.  She has also taken her own immediate action by changing her daughter’s Instagram account to private.

“It sickens me to think that grown men, within the same industry, could ­possibly find any humour in ­superimposing my four-year-old daughter, or ­anyone’s child for that ­matter, into lewd and ­explicit situations. It is sick and in my eyes, it’s ­paedophilia,” Roxy said.

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Image source: Instagram/roxyjacenko

 

The images are currently under police investigation, with suspicion cast upon three men, including a fashion designer and a former employee of another designer.

A source who received two of the pictures told the Daily Telegraph that one of them is a doctored picture of Pixie wearing her nightie while standing in a window in Amsterdam’s red light district.  The second portrayed Pixie reading a book that featured two men having sex.

Roxy said she spoke with senior detectives “to discuss and take the necessary action in order to protect [her] daughter.  As a mother, everything I do is for the children, both Pixie and Hunter.”

Image Source: Instagramroxyjacenko
Image Source: Instagramroxyjacenko

Pixie became a social media hit after her mother began posting images of her daughter’s luxurious life on Instagram.  She currently has 109,000 followers on Instagram.

Roxy has since started a company for her daughter called Pixies Bows, which sells hair bows in an array of colours and sizes.

  • How disgusting. How could people exploit children in such a way. Scary that we can’t even share photos without the risk of exploitation

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  • That is so disgusting, so sick and twisted! Who could do such a thing to an innocent child? It’s unfortunately possible when your child is so exposed. Sad but true

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  • no that is wrong. why the hell would people do that and think that it was ok or funny?

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  • this was a sad story – I would not choose to have my child pics online… call me old fashioned!
    My son was a very pretty baby/boy and I was approached a couple of times to model him, but declined… Each to their own though

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  • How horribly disturbing. Poor innocent child. I hate reading things like this.

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  • Some people just don’t think through their actions.

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  • This is disgraceful. I hope the police find the culprits quickly. What a terrible thing to find.

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  • This is terrible. What an awful thing for roxy to discover

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  • I sincerely hope the Police catch the people responsible, charge them and lock them up, ensuring they have no access to any type of media at all.

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  • how sick some people are to do this. i hope they find the person or people.

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  • So sick!!! I hope they will soon be able to charge who did it. And I hope that Pixie didn’t see the pictures!!

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  • This story makes me sick. These men need to face full consequence of the law.

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  • Who would even think of doing such a sick thing! Hope they find the culprit.

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  • Its so very disturbing. People really need to learn to stop posting photos of their children on the internet. Even posting photos on your facebook that might be set to private is not a good idea as anyone who is on your friends list can copy your photos and save them to their computer and then send them on to others. Dont share photos of your kids with anyone that you dont 100% trust.

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  • This is why children need to not be so openly available on social media platforms.

    I feel sorry for Roxy and Pixie that this has happened to them – I am thankful though that they had been informed so early on that it could be handled before it became too widespread. But I do wonder what about the other parents who put things on the internet who might not even know if this is happening to their children?

    I hope the offenders are charged accordingly and some sort of treatment is provided to them to educate them into why this is just wrong

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