Megan Pustetto For Daily Mail Australia

She has built a highly-lucrative career off her carefully curated social media brand, courting the attention of the media at every turn and lapping up every once of publicity that comes her way.

But it appears Roxy Jacenko has had a change of heart.

The 36-year-old Sydney-based publicist told Daily Mail Australia on Saturday, that her upcoming seminar imparting her ‘tips and tricks’ on how to build a successful social media brand, will be her last, after reports say she feels ‘cursed.’

Change of heart: Roxy Jacenko told Daily Mail Australia on Saturday, that her upcoming 'tips and tricks' seminar will be her last, after reports say she feels 'cursed'

Change of heart: Roxy Jacenko told Daily Mail Australia on Saturday, that her upcoming ‘tips and tricks’ seminar will be her last, after reports say she feels ‘cursed’

During the June 17 seminar titled In Conversation With Roxy Jacenko, the astute businesswomen will impart her knowledge, plucked from her remunerative and long-running career in public relations.

‘Next Friday will be my final In Conversation Seminar on PR / Social Media Tips and Tricks that have helped me grow my business,’ she revealed.

‘I have decided that after three fabulous sessions that I won’t be doing the annual event any longer with next Friday’s session being the final.’

And it appears this has made the event even more of a draw card for her fans, with the Sweaty Betty and Ministry Of Talent publicist releasing an additional 50 tickets for the event, after it completely sold out.

No stopping her: Last year Roxy took to the stage at the annual seminar with an intravenous drip still attached to her arm as treatment for a serious infection following her rhinoplasty surgery

No stopping her: Last year Roxy took to the stage at the annual seminar with an intravenous drip still attached to her arm as treatment for a serious infection following her rhinoplasty surgery

Expert advice: During the In Conversation  seminar, the astute businesswomen will impart her knowledge on how to build a successful social media brand, plucked from her  long-running career in public relations

Expert advice: During the In Conversation seminar, the astute businesswomen will impart her knowledge on how to build a successful social media brand, plucked from her long-running career in public relations

On Saturday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Roxy had decided to end the talks after she told friends she feels ‘cursed.’

The publication also claimed that the savvy mother-of-two had banned all media from attending the seminar next Friday, claiming she does not want her husband, Oliver Curtis’ insider trading conviction to ‘overshadow’ the event.

The in-demand seminar, which will be held at the Shangri La Hotel, is scheduled to commence at 9am and finish at 11am.

In a bizarre twist of fate, Roxy’s husband’s sentencing trial, where he could face the prospect of up to five years in prison, will commence on the same day at 2pm.

Last year, Roxy took to the stage at the InterContinental in Double Bay, Sydney, with an intravenous drip still attached to her arm as treatment for a serious infection following her rhinoplasty surgery, despite strict orders to remain in hospital. 

Feeling the pressure: On Saturday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Roxy had decided to end the talks after she told friends she feels 'cursed'

Feeling the pressure: On Saturday, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that Roxy had decided to end the talks after she told friends she feels ‘cursed’

Oliver, 30, was found guilty of conspiracy to commit insider trading last Thursday, with the jury delivering its verdict following a tense three-week trial in Sydney.

The trial heard Oliver’s former best friend and schoolmate John Hartman give evidence against him. 

Roxy, who remained loyal to her husband and accompanied him to court each day, was seen leaving the courtroom in tears after the jury delivered its verdict.

The banker is yet to be sentenced but could face up to five years imprisonment and a $220,000 fine over the charge. 

Bizarre twist of fate: The in-demand seminar and her husband Oliver Curtis' sentencing trial for charges of insider trading are both scheduled to be held on the same day

Bizarre twist of fate: The in-demand seminar and her husband Oliver Curtis’ sentencing trial for charges of insider trading are both scheduled to be held on the same day

Dark days: Oliver was found guilty of conspiracy to commit insider trading last Thursday, with the jury delivering its verdict following a tense three-week trial in Sydney

Dark days: Oliver was found guilty of conspiracy to commit insider trading last Thursday, with the jury delivering its verdict following a tense three-week trial in Sydney

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