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Julia Fox and Kanye West met on New Year's Eve in 2021 and broke up by Valentine's Day in 2022
As Fox, 33, spoke with The New York Times about her soon-to-be published book Down the Drain, the actress and writer said she felt sex played an important role in her life story when she set out to write a memoir.
"I felt like it was the truth. Why not write it?" she said when asked whether she "always" knew she would include details of her sex life.
"I have this thing where, in my personal writing, I don’t go into as much detail as I could. I’m like: 'This crazy thing happened. OK, moving on,' " Fox said. "So I made it a point to put the reader in the room. I didn’t want to skip over things. So maybe some things are too detailed."
When the outlet's reporter noted that Fox abstained from describing sex with West, 46, whom she dated briefly in early 2022, Fox said: "Because there, like, wasn’t any. It wasn’t really about that."
The Uncut Gems star and West met in Miami on New Year's Eve in 2021 and were together for fewer than two months, though they made red carpet appearances together during that time. The brief relationship came months after the rapper split from his ex-wife Kim Kardashian in Feb. 2021. A source told PEOPLE on Valentine's Day 2022 that Fox and West were "no longer together."
When Fox spoke with E! News at the Victoria's Secret World Tour 2023 in New York earlier this month, she told the outlet that Down the Drain does not contain many details about her romance with West, who now goes by Ye.
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"It's like six pages," she said of content mentioning the rapper and music producer. "I feel like I went very lightly on it. I'm not trying to have bad blood or anything, it's all in the past."
According to the Times, Fox has changed many of the names of the people who appear in her book, though the character who is clearly West is dubbed "the artist."
"I feel like I did a good job at disguising people as much as I could, but obviously people will know," she said. "If anyone does get upset, I’m going to be very quick to remind them: 'I went easy on you. I could have done more damage.' "
Down the Drain will be published by Simon & Schuster on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
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