Brother Danny Ungermann’s profile has also been edited to remove any mention of Ben, originally stating: “I was so proud of my older brother Ben after he followed his dreams to cook and share it with the world.”
Whether the decision to remove Ben from the website came from the 34-year-old himself or another representative of the business remains unclear.
Ben is listed to appear before the Melbourne Magistrates' Court on June 25 and Victoria Police confirmed the news of the arrest via a statement.
"The arrest follows an investigation into an alleged sexual assault in Docklands on 23 February. A 33-year-old Queensland man has been charged with two counts sexual assault," it reads.
The MasterChef contestant has hired a criminal defence lawyer to fight the charges.
"I act for Ben Ungermann," lawyer Adam Houda wrote on Twitter late on Tuesday night.
"Allegations against my client are vehemently denied and will be defended."
In a statement to Daily Mail Australia, Mr Houda says Ben strongly denies the charges.
"My client is distressed by the charges, which came as a huge shock to him," he told the publication.
"The allegations, I am instructed, are a complete fabrication and are denied."