Lawrence Mooney: Roxy Jacenko bought $270,000 Mercedes for daughter as ‘tax deduction’

Lawrence Mooney Implies Roxy Jacenko Bought Her Nine-Year-Old Daughter A $270,000 Luxury Car As ‘Tax Deduction’


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Roxy Jacenko made headlines this week after revealing that she had bought a $270,000 luxury Mercedes for her nine-year-old daughter, Pixie Curtis.

And outspoken Triple M host Lawrence Mooney praised the shrewd PR queen on Wednesday, suggesting the purchase may have been some sort of “tax deduction.”

“She’s under the pump, again,” Mooney said in his… Moon man in the morning breakfast show. “And I wish people would just leave her alone!”

His Say: Triple M host Lawrence Mooney praised savvy businesswoman Roxy Jacenko on Wednesday, implying that the $270,000 luxury Mercedes she bought for her nine-year-old daughter earlier this week may have been some sort of “tax deduction.”

“Roxy spent $270,000 dollars on a car, a brand new Merc, a Mercedes Benz GL, for her daughter,” he continued.

“And everyone’s really starting to jump on it.”

“She’s a friend of her show and a friend of mine,” he added, before explaining that the car was bought for Pixie after the success of her toy range, Pixie’s Fidgets.

Reward: Mooney explained that Roxy bought the car for daughter Pixie (pictured with the Mercedes next to her brother Hunter) following the success of her toy range, Pixie's Fidgets

Reward: Mooney explained that Roxy bought the car for daughter Pixie (pictured with the Mercedes next to her brother Hunter) following the success of her toy range, Pixie's Fidgets

Reward: Mooney explained that Roxy bought the car for daughter Pixie (pictured with the Mercedes next to her brother Hunter) following the success of her toy range, Pixie’s Fidgets

“She did very well, Pixie. She made this range of toys and made a huge amount of money, which is why her mother bought her a Mercedes,” Mooney said, before wondering how Roxy would use the vehicle since Pixie is too young to drive.

Mooney then said that Pixie’s business career started when she was a baby, implying that Roxy could put it in her name to avoid taxes.

“Suppose your mom could drive around in it, and it would be a tax deduction for your business, which would be good for you, Pixie, because you’d pay less tax on your fidgeting,” he theorized.

hmm! Mooney said Pixie’s business career started when she was a baby, implying that Roxy could put it in her name to avoid taxes. “Suppose your mom could drive around in it, and it would be a tax deduction for your business, which would be good for you, Pixie, because you’d pay less tax on your fidgeting,” he theorized.

‘Ah this family. I wish I could be like her!’

Triple M co-host Jess Eva inadvertently called the purchase a “tax avoidance” before Mooney quickly corrected her by saying it was a “tax deduction” and that he didn’t want to cast “defamation.”

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Roxy Jacenko for comment.

Clean Hands: Triple M co-host Jess Eva called the purchase a “tax evasion” before Mooney quickly corrected her by saying it was a “tax deduction” and that he didn’t want to cast “defamation”.

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