Julia Fox co-signed brother’s $450K bail bond in NYC ghost gun peddling bust

Julia Fox’s brother posted bail Monday after getting busted for allegedly running a ghost gun peddling operation out of his Upper East Side apartment — getting a helping hand from his famous sister, The Post has learned.

The “Uncut Gems” actress co-signed the $450,000 bond to get her kid brother Christopher Fox sprung from Rikers Island after he was hit with a slew of gun possession and manufacturing charges last week.

“Of course Ms. Fox seemed upset,” celebrity bail bondsman Ira Judelson, who posted the bond, told The Post. “It is her brother.”

Christopher Fox, 30, was arrested last week and hit with a slew of charges for allegedly using 3D printers to create gun parts that could be assembled and sold as untraceable “ghost guns,” according to Manhattan prosecutors.

Authorities confirmed on Monday that Christopher made the $450,000 bond and was awaiting to be released following an appearance in Manhattan Criminal Court on Monday.

He’s due back in court on May 4.

The bail receipt shows that Julia and her parents signed off on the bond, with the star listing her occupation as “actress/model” with the word “retired” penciled in.

Julia Fox's brother, Christopher.
Julia Fox’s brother, Christopher, was released on a $450,000 bond Monday after getting hit with multiple gun possession and manufacturing charges in Manhattan last week.

Narcotics equipment found inside the home of Christopher Fox
Narcotics-making equipment found inside the home of Christopher Fox.

The bond was secured with assets belonging to her and Christopher’s dad Thomas Fox, officials said.

The elder Fox was taken into custody along with his son but has not been charged.

Authorities say the investigation into the operation is ongoing.

Prosecutors allege Christopher cashed in on about $345,000 in illicit gun sales through his CashApp account between April 2020 and January 2023.

Cops also found drug paraphernalia and chemicals in his apartment, including pressure cookers, fentanyl, chloroform, heroin, crack and cocaine, prosecutors said.

“The defendant possessed enough gun parts to assemble an assault weapon-style rifle,” Assistant District Attorney Cyril Heron said at Christopher’s arraignment late Thursday.

Actress and model Julia Fox.
Actress and model Julia Fox personally reached out to a Big Apple bail bondsman before her brother, Christopher, made bail on gun charges lodged last week.

Printed gun parts are typically sold piecemeal and used to assemble ghost guns, which are manufactured without serial numbers and are therefore untraceable.

Cops busted into Fox’s home around 6 a.m. on March 8 as part of a larger ghost gun investigation, with police allegedly finding several printers and individual gun parts.

Amid all the contraband recovered inside the 84th Street apartment were thousands of dollars worth of high-end wine bottles, law enforcement sources said.

Noted Big Apple bail bondsman Ira Judelson.
Big Apple bail bondsman Ira Judelson, who has bailed out stars like Connor McGregor and footballer Plaxico Burress, said Julia Fox co-signed her brothers $450,000 bond.
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Julia Fox has spoken out in the past about growing up in the Big Apple with her single dad and brother, and has said she does not often get a chance to see them.

In a 2019 interview with the highsnobiety.com entertainment site, she called her brother “a mad scientist recluse” who “builds 3D printers for fun.”