Police called to Roxy Jacenko's home after an Instagram photo drew complaints from her followers.

It seems no-one is all that interested in letting PR mogul and Instagram aficionado Roxy Jacenko catch a break.

The Daily Telegraph are reporting that when the businesswoman and mum-of-two posted a photo to Instagram of her daughter in the front seat of her Aston Martin with a booster-seat noticeably absent, two members of the public decided to take action in contacting the police.

And so, that’s how Roxy Jacenko found two policemen descending on her door and asking her questions about a seemingly innocent photograph.

However, the complaints were unwarranted, with police quickly establishing that 5-year-old Pixie was merely sitting in the front seat of the car to take a selfie with her mother while the car was parked.

NSW Police confirmed the incident on Saturday but did not go into detail about the complaints or the police action that followed.

“About 8pm on Saturday, October 1, 2016, police attended a unit block on Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi,” a police spokesman said.

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“No one was home … however officers have spoken to all relevant parties and no further police action is required.

“There are no suspicious circumstances and it does not relate to any ongoing investigation.”

It appears Jacenko has complied with police and removed the photo from Instagram.

However, she did post another image to platform on Sunday morning of her two children in the car again, firmly strapped into booster seats in the back seat, perhaps a subtle jab at those who contacted police on the children's behalf.

Captioning the image with a simple eye-roll emoji, fans and commenters were quick to jump in on the joke, lamenting the fact those who are not fans of the businesswoman should just unfollow her.