Christopher Fox, brother of Julia Fox, arrested on guns and drugs charges

Christopher Fox, brother of actress-model Julia Fox (“Uncut Gems”), has been arrested on several weapons and drug charges.

Fox, 30, was arrested Wednesday after the New York Police Department raided a residence following a search warrant related to an ongoing investigation into ghost guns and narcotics, NYPD confirmed to USA TODAY in an email Thursday. Fox is a resident of the Upper Manhattan apartment.

“The NYPD’s Ghost Gun Team seized several ghost gun parts, as well as equipment for pressing narcotics pills,” an NYPD spokesperson said in a statement. “Team members also discovered materials typically used as components in explosives, including pressure cookers and various chemicals, which can also be used for manufacturing narcotics. … The found chemicals were deemed non-hazardous.”

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Christopher Fox, brother of actress Julia Fox (pictured), was arrested Wednesday on multiple weapon and drug offenses following a police raid on his residence.

Fox was arrested on a total of seven charges: criminal possession of a controlled substance, manufacture of a machine gun, manufacture of a rapid fire mod device, manufacture of a dangerous instrument, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal possession of a firearm and criminal use of drug paraphernalia.

The spokesperson added that “the matter is believed to be contained” and has “no apparent nexus to terrorism.” A full investigation is underway.

Two individuals, including Fox, were taken into custody “as part of a continuing criminal investigation.” The identity of the other individual was not disclosed in NYPD’s statement.

A request for comment to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office on Fox’s custody status was not returned Thursday.

Ghost guns are firearms that are “often assembled from kits, do not contain serial numbers and are sold without background checks, making them difficult to trace and easy to acquire by criminals,” according to a press release from the Department of Justice’s Office of Public Affairs.

“NYPD will continue to fight relentlessly against illegal guns – against both the steady proliferation of traditionally-manufactured firearms and the increasingly prevalent numbers of illegal, untraceable but fully functioning weapons known as ghost guns,” the NYPD spokesperson said.

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