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Julia Fox Denies Having ‘Bad Botox’ After Critical TikTok Video


  • Julia Fox responded to a TikTok video accusing her of having “bad botox” on Saturday. 
  • A TikTok video suggested Fox needed “a little bit more botox” and pointed toward her forehead lines. 
  • Fox denied having botox, instead telling the TikTok user to “break the cycle” of abuse. 

Julia Fox addressed a TikTok video that critiqued her appearance and implied she had “bad botox.” 

Fox, 32, responded to the accusation on Saturday with a video shared on her TikTok Stories. The accusation initially sparked this week when Fox shared a TikTok video on Thursday in which she discussed child support.

Soon after, a TikTok account stitched Fox’s video and appeared to speak directly to Fox about her forehead. (A TikTok stitch refers to when a user trims a clip from someone else’s video and uses said clip to create a separate video.)

“Do you want to know what irks the shit out of me? Your bad botox,” the woman in the video said. “You can’t really miss it. Your forehead muscles are still pulling, so you get these lines just on the corners of your eyebrows. 

The accusations sparked after a TikTok video implied she had botox in her forehead.

Julia Fox/TikTok Stories

The woman added that Fox “needed a little bit more botox.” 

Fox responded by sharing a video of her reacting to the allegations and a short written message. 

Julia Fox responded to the accusations on TikTok Stories.

Julia Fox/TikTok Stories

“I don’t have Botox but u clearly have unresolved trauma and refuse to acknowledge it causing you to a) focus on the negative in every situation [and] b) lash out at women who aren’t plagued by misery like u.

“YOU need a little bit more therapy,” Fox added. “Break the cycle babe!”

Representatives for Fox did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

Fox entered the pop culture realm after being linked to Ye, formally known as Kanye West, in January 2022. She’s since made a name for herself as a Hollywood socialite and fashionista. 

In May, Fox went viral for wearing underwear to the grocery store and arguing that doing so should be “socially acceptable.”

“I just think if it’s socially acceptable at the beach it should be the same everywhere lol,” Fox wrote on her Instagram Stories. 

In September, she shocked fans by wearing a see-through dress and purse she crafted out of cellophane. She told Harper’s Bazaar that she created the outfit, including the heels, just one hour before arriving at an event. 


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