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Fox played on the Runaways' second studio album Queens of Noise but was not permitted to play on the band's 1976 debut album.
According to multiple sources, including Cherie Currie's memoir Neon Angel and the liner notes of the Raven Records release of The Runaways, Blondie bassist Nigel Harrison was hired to play bass on the first album due to manager Fowley's refusal to let Fox play on the record.
Prior to Fox coming forward, Fowley raping an underage girl at the after-party on New Year’s Eve 1975 had been alleged to have taken place, though the victim was never publicly identified.
Currie spoke about the incident in the documentary film Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways and also mentioned it in detail in an updated edition of her memoir Neon Angel: A Memoir of a Runaway.
In the years following her tenure with the Runaways, Fox has worked in a variety of fields, most notably as a record promotions executive, as a modeling agent, as the promoter of Tony Robbins' Firewalking seminars, and most recently as an entertainment attorney in the motion picture and television arenas, representing actors, writers, directors, authors and producers.
In a live rendition of the song "Suicide Machine" by punk rock band the Germs, Darby Crash is heard saying he is looking for Jackie and that the song is dedicated to her.
"The Rapes of Graff" is the sixteenth episode of the second season of the American mystery television series Veronica Mars, and the thirty-eighth episode overall.Fox speaks Italian and French, as well as conversational Greek and Spanish.She has written a script called "Delilah's Scissors" with Victory Tischler-Blue and appeared in Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways, Tischler-Blue's 2005 documentary about the Runaways.Jacqueline Louise Fuchs (born December 20, 1959) is an American musician and attorney.Under her former stage name of Jackie Fox, she played bass guitar for the pioneering all-girl teenage rock band the Runaways.