On Wednesday, Thomas Fox, father of actress Julia Fox, and her brother Christopher were arrested in New York City as part of an investigation into untraceable gun sales and drug manufacturing. According to sources, Thomas was taken into custody at his Manhattan apartment at 6:00 am, while Christopher was also apprehended. The New York Post was the first to report the arrests, revealing that the NYPD had raided the apartment in connection with a larger “ghost gun” investigation. Inside the apartment, investigators discovered “ghost guns,” which are produced from 3D printers and lack serial numbers, making them untraceable. Officers also found 3D printers, polymer materials, unidentified pills, a pill press, fentanyl, chloroform, heroin, propane, formaldehyde, and materials typically used to make explosives. Surprisingly, Thomas and Christopher did not have a prior criminal record, according to law enforcement sources. While the charges against them are still pending, sources say that Julia cut ties with her father and brother years ago, citing their unstable and abusive behavior. She knew of their involvement in 3D printing and suspected drug use but had no direct knowledge since she had no contact with them. The NYPD emphasized that there is no apparent nexus to terrorism and vowed to continue fighting against illegal guns, including the proliferation of untraceable firearms known as “ghost guns.” The investigation into the alleged gun and drug manufacturing operation is ongoing.