Julia Fox Carried A Loaded Gun
The Uncut Gems actress has begun opening up more about her best friend who passed away to Elle magazine, Someone she refers to as her soulmate. Julia is currently working on her memoir and boy does she have a story to tell. She has lived a storied life and putting it on paper is bound to make her a chunk of money.
One story that will likely be in her book is the time she stalked and damn near killed a drug dealer. She hung around his neighborhood watching his every move and according to her, waiting for the perfect time to attack.
By attack we mean shoot, with a gun. Not just any gun, her dead best friend’s gun. Julia said she “would literally, like, sit across the street in my car, put the seat all the way down, and watch him through the little side mirror for hours, like coming and going.”
Julia Fox Is A Brave Baddie
The mom of one really felt like she had the right to revenge because this was the guy who sold her the drugs that ultimately caused her death… or so she thought. During the stalking process, at some point, Julia learned her friend actually hadn’t died from an overdose of bad drugs.
She had multiple health issues that led to her death. Julia shared with Elle her thoughts after learning what really happened, “I’m glad I didn’t kill him.” Julia has had her fair share of run-ins with drug dealers according to her.
She dated a drug dealer while growing up in New York City on the Upper East Side. “We were on the run together,” she bragged. No word if this is the dealer who sold her friend the bad drugs that didn’t kill her.
Julia admits her life is a little chaotic. In the last three years, two of her friends died thanks to drugs, she had a baby and got a divorce while pregnant and she was fired from a TV show for being “like under 10 minutes” late.
Julia Fox Is All For Women Killing Men
Julia doubled down on the comment she made about women killing me on Ziwe’s show. “I think that if the man deserves it, yeah, why not? Men kill women all the time for no reason,” she repeats.
So she takes no issue with having to get revenge if need be and reminds the publication that she was ready to do what she thought needed to be done at that moment. This and many other bold statements the self-proclaimed muse has made can be chalked up to her being in her “I don’t give a f**k era.”
“I’ve definitely changed,” says Julia. Elle points out that an example of her change is right behind her in the form of a Kanye West action figure with the head popped off and replaced by an alien’s head.
“I feel different from even, like, last year,” she says. Julia gave that credit to her son. “Valentino keeps me grounded, and in such an insane way that nothing has ever been able to before.”