Roxy Jacenko reveals daughter Pixie, 7, was bullied at school about the arrest of father Oliver Curtis
& # 39; She was told that her father was a very bad person & # 39 ;: Roxy Jacenko reveals how her daughter Pixie, 7, was bullied at school after father Oliver Curtis went to prison for insider trading
Marta Jary for daily post Australia
Roxy Jacenko has opened up about the hardships of her daughter Pixie Curtis, seven, experienced after Oliver Curtis was imprisoned for insider trading in 2016.
The glamourous PR-boxer told The Sydney Morning Herald that Pixie is a "challenging" & # 39; time in school when her father spent the time.
The 38-year-old says: "Parents spoke clearly about our situation and did so for their children, Pixie & # 39; s fellow students, who made her very challenging for her at school. & # 39;
& # 39; Her was told that her father was a very bad person & # 39 ;: Roxy Jacenko reveals how her daughter Pixie, 7, (right) was bullied at school after father Oliver Curtis (left) went to jail for trade with prior knowledge
Pixie heard all sorts of rumors about her father, the PR mogul went out to reveal the publication.
& # 39; One moment she was told that her father was out of jail and the next that her father was a very bad person – not something you want a child to hear, especially when they are so influenceable and it is their father, & # 39; said Roxy.
Oliver, 32 years old, was released from jail in June 2017 after serving a two-year sentence for twelve months for conspiring to trade insider information.
Difficult: At one moment she was told that her father was out of jail and the next moment her father was a very bad person – and not something that you want a child to hear, & # 39; said Roxy Jacenko (left)
He served his time at Cooma Correctional Center.
During his imprisonment, Roxy lied to Pixie and son Hunter, four, and told them that their father was in China for business.
When she spoke to Studio 10, Roxy revealed that Pixie had told at school about Oliver's imprisonment and that she was upset.
Prison: Oliver, 32, was released in June 2017 (photo) after having sustained 12 months of two years' imprisonment for conspiracy to commit insider trading
Difficult times: when she talked to Studio 10, Roxy revealed that Pixie had told her about Oliver's imprisonment at school and # & # 39; upset & # 39; used to be
Roxy added, however, that the couple & # 39; it has worked through & # 39; and that Pixie is now enjoying her time at school.
The mother and daughter have also put Pixie's bullying experiences on the page, working together on a book called Penelope & # 39; s Playground.
Penelope & # 39; s Playground is available from February 1st for USD 19.95 from Booktopia.
Family problems: during his imprisonment Roxy lied to Pixie and son Hunter, four (far right) who told their father was in China for business