Former Page Six party kid-turned-actress Julia Fox kicked off Christmas week airing out her messy relationship with her “dead beat dad” baby daddy Peter Artemiev.
In a two-day rant on her Instagram Stories earlier this week, the “Uncut Gems” star accused him of being an absent “dead beat alcoholic drug addict dad,” who can be found “at… Lucien, Paul’s [Baby Grand], Casablanca, the streets etc.,” she alleged.
“This man left me with a 5 month old and a dog and a home and ALL THE BILLS. It’s wrong!!! It’s not fair,” she fumed in posts that have since expired.
Fox and Artemiev secretly welcomed son, Valentino, earlier this year, and even though, “He 1000 percent intentionally got me pregnant, It’s a blessing. I’m happy about it. I would not change it,” she said.
But the holiday season has her wanting him to get his act together for their son. Fox posted screenshots, photos and even a video of a seemingly intoxicated Artemiev berating her by calling her names. And even though she posted it to her nearly 600,000 followers, she described reliving the experience as traumatic.
“I can’t even do it anymore. I just don’t want my son f–ked up cuz he feels like his dad was absent or loved alcohol and partying more than him,” she said.
A source, who knows them both, told us, “From what I know, he loves his kid and I don’t think he’s a horrible father.”
On Friday, Artemiev told us, “I was saddened to learn of the utterly false statements made on social media by Julia Fox, my co-parent, who is clearly struggling. Out of respect for her privacy and to protect our child, I will not comment further.”
This isn’t the first time Fox’s relationship drama has made it to the pages of Page Six. In 2015, she and another ex were banned from now-defunct hipster hot spot, Happy Ending, where she was an investor and he was a manager, after she accused him of attacking her. The case was eventually dismissed and, at the time, she told us: “Everyone deserves a second chance at life. I don’t hate him. I just wish he didn’t treat me like garbage for so long. I wish him all the best, and I hope he can get the help he needs to deal with his inner demons.”
She did not comment for this story, but she fired back at a fan, who suggested her rant could spell the end of her acting career.
“This is my son’s life we are talking about. I don’t give a f–k about my ‘acting career.’” she wrote.