SafeWork NSW wrote Roxy a formal complaint saying it had "been informed of an apparent work, health and safety issue".
“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,” read the letter in part.
“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 practical review being conducted".
The mother-of-two vehemently denied the allegations, telling her 263,000 followers she had “had enough”.
"Running a small business is hard enough, due to lockdown I have an empty office with over 20 working remotely, I am doing the work of at-least 4 myself, my online team (for 3 online stores) are working in the office on shorter hours as products don’t send themselves with Auspost," she wrote.
"I have had 2 visits from the Police and now this letter - enough now. 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…
“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".
Under current restrictions in Greater Sydney, employers and staff have been ordered to work from home unless they physically can't.
Roxy's PR firm has been the target of bizarre trolls in recent years, including one who spray-painted "Roxy is a c**t" on the facade of the Sydney business back in 2019.