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Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation” trumpeted another dominant performance from bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey on Saturday in Brazil.
Jackie Fuchs, a former bass player for The Runaways, made waves earlier this month after publicizing the story of her alleged rape by band manager Kim Fowley at a New Years Party on the eve of 1976. After a bigger-than-expected response to her story, she joined HuffPost Live on Thursday to discuss the aftermath of going public. Show More Summary
We all know that Joan Jett loves rock 'n' roll, but what else does she love? Why silly, she loves YOU (and herself) as evidenced by our flashback to 1984 and I Love You Love.
Joan Jett, quit breaking my heart.
In a damning, graphic, and disturbing report released last week, the Huffington Post narrated the story of how Runaways founder Kim Fowley raped the band’s former bassist Jackie Fuchs as her bandmates, Cherie Currie and Joan Jett, 16 and 17 years old respectively, watched. In 1975, when Fuchs was 16, a roadie gave her Quaaludes and instructed […]
It's been a tumultuous few days for Jackie Fox of the Runaways The former bassist for the iconic '70s band, whose real name is Jackie Fuchs, was the subject of an devastating story recently published in the Huffington Post. The article...Show More Summary
Jackie Fuchs' bombshell claim that she was brutally raped in 1975 by the Runaways' manager while bandmates Joan Jett, Cherie Currie, and a host of other people watched was met with immediate denials by both Jett —who said she "was not aware of this incident"—and Currie, reports Vulture. In...
Joan Jett, and former bandmate Cherie Currie, claim they never saw Kim Fowley rape Jackie Fuchs. Randy Miramontez / Shutterstock.com • Last week, Runaways' bassist Jackie Fuchs (known as Jackie Fox during her time with the band) told the story of how she was raped by the group's producer Kim Fowley on New Year's Eve 1975. Show More Summary
Last week, the Huffington Post ran an interview with Jackie Fuchs—who went by Fox—former bassist for rock group, the Runaways. Fuchs gave a chilling account of Kim Fowley, the band’s manager and producer, raping her at a party in front of a room full of people, which included other band members. Show More Summary
Denis Leary has a number of guest rock stars appearing in his new FX show Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll which airs on FX on July 16. Lined up are Joan Jett, Foo Figethers’ Dave Grohl and Greg Dulli of The Afghan Whigs. But if his series gets a...Show More Summary
Speaking with the Huffington Post recently, Jackie Fuchs alleged that former Runaways manager Kim Fowley raped her in front of her former bandmates. One of those former bandmates, Joan Jett, issued a response, saying she “was not aware of the incident.” Now another Runaways member, Cherie Currie, has offered her... More »
Earlier this week, the former Runaways bassist Jackie Fox (née Jackie Fuchs) devastated the music community when she said the band’s producer, Kim Fowley, had raped her in front of her bandmates when she was 16 years old. Now one of those bandmates, rock legend Joan Jett, has issued a... More »
Two days ago, former Runaways bassist Jackie Fuchs (aka Jackie Fox) and songwriter Kari Krome came forward for the first time with some horrifying and utterly heartbreaking allegations of rape and sexual assault against former manager Kim Fowley, who died of bladder cancer in January. Although witnesses’ accounts of Fuchs’s assault differ, both Fuchs and […]
Joan Jett is disputing a former bandmate's account that she witnessed her friend being raped and did nothing to stop it. "Anyone who truly knows me understands that if I was aware of a friend or bandmate being violated, I would not stand by while it happened," writes Jett in...
Joan Jett, iconic rock star and former member of the all-female band the Runaways, said she was unaware her bandmate was raped by manager Kim Fowley 40 years ago. Jett spoke out in a Facebook post Friday night, her first public comments since HuffPost reported former bassist Jacqueline Fuchs' account of being attacked at age of 16. Show More Summary
Jett releases a statement Fox's claim that manager Kim Fowley raped her.
The bassist for the 1970s girl band had never talked about the long-rumored incident until now. She collected details from witnesses -- not including Joan Jett, who has yet to acknowledge what she saw.
The allegations of sexual assault plaguing Bill Cosby have inspired a former member of the all-girl rock band the Runaways to come forward with her own story of rape. Bassist Jackie Fuchs, aka Jackie Fox, says male band manager Kim Fowley raped her at a motel party in 1975 when...