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Chrissie Hynde’s Rape Comments Called Out By Jackie Fuchs of The Runaways

vor 4 Jahren

Jackie Fuchs (formerly Jackie Fox of the Runaways) discusses Chrissie Hynde’s recent rape comments, which seem to blame victims for their assaults. Were Chrissie Hynde’s comments insensitive and out of place? Fuchs, who recently appeared on Crime Time to discuss her own alleged assault by former Runaways manager Kim Fowley, offers her thoughts on the Pretenders singer’s comments, along with attorney Mike Cavalluzzi, on an uncensored Crime Time, hosted by Allison Hope Weiner.

Jackie Fuchs (a.k.a. Jackie Fox) was discovered dancing at the famous Starwood nightclub by club owner and disc jockey Rodney Bingenheimer, who in turn introduced her to music producer and manager Kim Fowley. Fox auditioned for a spot as a bass player for the legendary all-female rock group the Runaways and subsequently joined the band in 1976. She was only 16 years old at the time. Jackie played bass on three albums and left the band at age 17 following their hugely successful tour of Japan in June, 1977. After leaving the Runaways Fox went on to work as a modeling agent, a records promotions executive, and as a promoter of self-help writer and professional speaker Tony Robbins' firewalking seminars. Jackie has a B.A. in Lingustics and Italian from UCLA, where she graduated summa cum laude. Moreover, Fox also has a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School. (One of her classmates at Harvard Law School was Barack Obama.) She speaks French, Greek, Italian, and Spanish. In 1994 Fox participated in a reunion concert for the Runaways with lead singer Cherie Currie and drummer Sandy West. Jackie co-produced and appears as an interview subject in the 2004 documentary "Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways;" this movie was directed by Victory Tischler-Blue, who replaced Fox as the bassist for the Runaways after she left the group. Jackie Fox now works as an entertainment attorney in film and television on the West Coast.
Michael "Mike" Cavalluzzi is one of the best criminal defense attorneys in Los Angeles County. He has been described by judges and prosecutors as aggressive, uncompromising, and relentless in his pursuit of justice for his clients. Having defended clients in courts throughout Los Angeles, Ventura, and Orange Counties, Mike Cavalluzzi has cemented a reputation as a top trial attorney.
Michael Cavalluzzi began his legal career in 1992 as a civil litigator for State Farm Insurance, the largest insurance company in the United States. After winning several jury trials, Mr. Cavalluzzi decided to leave State Farm and focus on the practice of criminal defense. He joined the Public Defender's Office and quickly established himself as a fearless, creative trial attorney, defending clients in all types of cases, ranging from misdemeanor battery to homicide. Mr. Cavalluzzi is also actively involved in civil litigation, successfully representing a number of personal injury cases.

Crime Time Full Episodes Playlist:
Crime Time Shorts Playlist:

00:01 Welcoming Jackie Fuchs and Mike Cavalluzzi back to Crime Time.
01:15 Chrissie Hynde’s statements about rape.
02:06 Responses to Chrissie Hynde’s rape comments.
03:17 Victim blaming and what to tell our children.
08:15 The legal definition of rape.
08:40 Empowering women.
10:30 The bystander effect.
11:45 Thank you and goodbye.