Anthony Hess, 40, beat Ms Jacenko in court after she slapped him with a restraining order claiming his campaign of harassment had her living in fear.
The April 24, 2019, attack on her Sweaty Betty PR office in Paddington, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, was one of the grounds in her application.
Hess denied being the culprit under cross-examination in Downing Centre Local Court in February 2020 with the quip ‘gay guys don’t do graffiti’.
‘Look how many enemies she’s got, half of Sydney hates her. Who wouldn’t want to graffiti her?’ Hess added outside court after the restraining order was denied.
Roxy Jacenko stands in front of the slur which was spray painted on the wall of her Paddington PR office on April 24, 2019
Magistrate Allison Hawkins said she did not believe Hess sprayed the graffiti and found Ms Jacenko’s account to be ‘hollow and unimpressive… grossly exaggerated’.
However, Daily Mail Australia can reveal Hess was on Tuesday issued a summons to appear in Downing Centre Local Court on June 8 on two charges of aggravated intentionally marking premises without consent.
A police facts sheet alleges Hess and controversial street artist Anthony Lister sprayed the graffiti between 1.38am and 1.40am, and then on a nearby skip bin.
Lister, 41, is awaiting trial accused of drugging and sexually assaulting five young women he met through the art scene, along with a series of drug charges.
The graffiti attack was caught on CCTV but neither of the figures could be positively identified despite a social media call-out by Ms Jacenko.
But the rape investigation into Lister was Hess’ undoing as the renowned artist allegedly recorded the vandalism on his GoPro.
Detectives raided Lister’s home on Taylor Street in Darlinghurst on March 10, 2020, ‘in relation to an unrelated matter’ and found a GoPro SD card.
‘Upon review of the SD card, police observed three videos of which depicted the above mention incidents,’ the facts sheet alleged.
The graffiti attack was caught on CCTV but neither of the figures could be positively identified despite a social media call-out by Ms Jacenko
Hess said he is ‘living it up’ in Los Angeles, staying in Beverley Hills and driving an expensive Porsche
The footage was handed to detectives investigating the graffiti attack, who cooborated it with other evidence that was presented in court during the restraining order hearing.
But the last piece of the puzzle did not fall into place until Monday when Hess’ former friend Lena Kalajian dobbed him in to police.
She gave a statement at Surry Hills Police Station claiming she was with Hess and Lister on the night of the graffiti painting and witnessed the whole thing.
Ms Kalajian, who was not charged, was a close friend of Hess and supported him at court appearances during the restraining order – once hiding her face with a $4,000 Fendi ‘monster’ handbag.
The pair had a spectacular falling out soon afterwards with Hess filing a police report claiming she damaged his property during a bizarre incident.
Ms Kalajian, 34, is better known as the porn star Gigi Allen who boasts 126,000 Instagram followers, 11,000 OnlyFans paid subscribers, and her own PornHub channel, and a profile on escort site Scarlet Blue.
Vandals also sprayed ‘Roxy Jacenko is a crook’ on the traffic barrier near Syd Einfeld Drive in Bondi Junction
‘Roxy is a dog’ was also sprayed on a wall on Ramsgate Avenue in North Bondi
Artist Anthony Lister is charged alongside Hess and the videos allegedly found in his home during a police raid over his rape case
Police allege Hess spray painted the 7m-long obscene graffiti while Lister watched and gave instructions before they both left – all filmed on Lister’s GoPro.
A few minutes later, they allegedly sprayed an Empire skip bin, again with ‘Roxy is a c***’, on the corner of Oatley and Renny Streets in Paddington.
Police allege the GoPro footage also shows the pair discussing doing more graffiti, though the actual spraying is not filmed.
‘Roxy is a crook’ was found sprayed on a traffic barrier on Syd Enfield Drive in Woollahra and ‘Roxy is a dog’ a wall on Ramsgate Avenue in North Bondi.
The facts sheet also details how Hess’ mobile phone pinged towers across East Sydney and Bondi Beach, putting him in the area when the graffiti was sprayed.
Hess during the restraining order hearing said he was asleep at a friend’s house on Oxford Street 10 minutes drive away at the time.
Police also matched Hess’ Nike Epic React Flynit 2 shoes with ‘distinctive pink, blue and white on the back’ with shoes seen on the CCTV.
Hess posted a photo to Instagram of himself wearing the shoes on his Instagram on May 15, 2019, about three weeks after the vandalism.
Hess’ former friend Lena Kalajian, better known as the porn star Gigi Allen (pictured), gave a statement to police claiming she was with Hess and Lister on the night of the graffiti painting and witnessed the whole thing
Ms Kalajian, who was not charged, was a close friend of Hess and supported him at court appearances during the restraining order – once hiding her face with a $4,000 Fendi ‘monster’ handbag (right)
Ms Jacenko stormed out of the court the second her application was denied and cried as she power walked to a waiting SUV
Hess claimed to Daily Mail Australia on Thursday that he didn’t remember the night in question.
‘I was drugged, I can’t remember even being there,’ he said.
Hess said he is ‘living it up’ in Los Angeles, staying in Beverley Hills and driving an expensive Porsche.
Something of a drama magnet, he fled Australia to the US late last year after being slapped around by Mongols bikie boss Toby Mitchell at a Melbourne cafe.
Hess, who has been close friends with Mitchell for eight years, refused to make a police statement and asked police to drop assault charges, calling the scuffle a drunken ‘misunderstanding’.
He blamed Married at First Sight star and former best friend Stacey Hampton for inciting the brawl by telling Mitchell that Hess had called him a ‘dog’ and a ‘c**t’ behind his back, sending him into a rage.
Mitchell was prosecuted anyway and pleaded guilty to assault in February, awaiting sentencing in September.
Hess became Married at First Sight star Stacey Hampton’s best friend until their ugly falling out in July, and took her to meet bikie boss Toby Mitchell on one of her trips to Melbourne
Ms Jacenko claimed in court that Hess abused her at an event, beginning a campaign of harassment that left her living in fear.
Her lawyer Greg James QC said the incident left Hess with ‘resentment’ for his client, leading him to paint the offensive graffiti on her office two months later.
‘That’s not my style. Gay guys don’t do graffiti,’ Hess told the court when asked about it. ‘I’m not violent, I’m not a criminal… I’m more of a fun guy.’
Ms Jacenko catastrophically lost the case and was slammed by Magistrate Hawkins. She stormed out of the court in tears without a word when the verdict was read.
Hess on the other hand celebrated by ‘flossing’ at the front of the court and hugging reporters at random, before leaving in a gold Lamborghini.
‘She’s ruined a year of my life with this hot mess. She’s wasted everyone’s time,’ he said.
A year has passed since then, but it appears the saga is not over.