The bling rings! Roxy Jacenko shows off her wild $227,000 watch collection as she jets to Brisbane amid bootcamp giveaway drama

She is the proud owner of a $1million Hermes handbag collection.

And Roxy Jacenko’s taste for the finer things in life also extends to luxury watches and jewellery.

The PR Maven, 44, shared a photo to Instagram on Thursday of her expensive watch collection as she headed to Brisbane.

Roxy flashed her $65,000 Rolex Yacht-Master Rose Gold watch as well as a $93,000 Rose Gold Diamond Bezel Rolex watch.

She also showed off her $69,000 Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Dual Time watch.

Roxy Jacenko (pictured) showed off her wild $227,000 watch collection as she jetted to Brisbane on Thursday

 Roxy protected her expensive watches in a $1,810 Louis Vuitton travel watch case.

The post comes after Roxy recently released a statement to Instagram, after her former business partners said they regretted going into business with her.

The Singapore-based Australian publicist made headlines last month when she promised to personally refund all 7,000 people who had signed up to her online business course Roxy’s Brand Bootcamp.

The promotion, which Roxy had launched with business partners Youssef Tleis and Kassim Alaouie, included a number of prizes, including a luxury Cronulla home.

Roxy flashed her $65,000 Rolex Yacht-Master Rose Gold watch as well as a $93,000 Rose Gold Diamond Bezel Rolex watch. She also has a $69,000 Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Dual Time watch

Roxy flashed her $65,000 Rolex Yacht-Master Rose Gold watch as well as a $93,000 Rose Gold Diamond Bezel Rolex watch. She also has a $69,000 Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Dual Time watch

Entrants paid between $29 and $499 for a chance to win the extravagant prizes, but faced uncertainty after Roxy called in liquidators to the trio’s ailing company, Roxy’s Bootcamp Pty Ltd.

In a joint statement released on social media, Youssef and Kassim apologised to those affected: ‘Our primary concern has always been you, the public, especially those who participated and purchased an entry into this promotion,’ they stated.

‘We sincerely apologise to you all. We fought as hard as we could and were even willing to give personal undertakings to support our fight,’ the pair added.

‘We want to express our deepest regret for entering into this partnership with Ms Jacenko. It has been an incredibly challenging and eye-opening experience. We sincerely apologise,’ the pair added.

The post comes after Roxy recently released a statement to Instagram, after her former business partners said they regretted going into business with her

The post comes after Roxy recently released a statement to Instagram, after her former business partners said they regretted going into business with her

Meanwhile, in a statement by Roxy, she revealed she will be personally refunding those with tickets.

‘In life, we can all make mistakes. We are only human. This “partnership” was a mistake and is a life lesson. I want to make it clear that I never did anything other than act in the interest of the consumers who purchased the course to try and deliver,’ she wrote in an Instagram statement.

‘It became apparent this wasn’t going to end well and so l had to seek a court injunction in the Supreme Court of NSW which was granted on June 5, 2024.’

Prior to this legal action, Roxy revealed she took proactive steps to settle outstanding bills and ensure the $250K prize fund’s integrity for the eventual winner.

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