Sydney PR queen Roxy Jacenko's Sydney offices have been targeted for the third time in two weeks, this time the Paddington building pelted with ink-injected eggs.
The 37-year-old mother-of-two had to call police on Friday morning after finding the exterior walls of her Sweaty Betty PR office in Paddington vandalised, with red and blue paint splattered across.
Speaking to Nine News, she said: "I think this is a person who has an agenda and that's to stop me working and it's not going to stop me working".
"You know what, you clean it up and you get on with it and you keep going. I think a lot of other things have not stopped me working. I had cancer, my husband went to jail. This kind of s--t is not going to honestly affect me."
She added: "That's a calculated person who goes to the trouble of putting Bastille Day colours into eggs and throwing them on a wall".
This comes after Roxy's offices were attacked back in April, with a brown sludge found in the mailbox at the time.
It was only last month Roxy's husband Oliver Curtis was released from Cooma jail.
The former investment banker had spent a year-long stint in prison following an insider trading conviction.
Roxy and Oliver returned to Australia from a Bali holiday with their young children just last week.