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No other Native American ancestry, Cherokee or otherwise, has been documented on any of Megan’s publicly available family trees.
All of Megan’s grandparents, great-grandparents, and great-great-grandparents are listed as “White” on United States Censuses. Foxx (the son of Arthur Thomas Fox and Mary Elizabeth Pass).
Gossip site The Wrap subsequently claimed Fox had quit Dark of the Moon because Bay had been verbally abusive and "she had enough".
She currently has 56 gallery links in her own Free Ones section.
While the exact reasons for her dismissal are still not entirely certain, it didn't exactly come as a surprise: During the publicity in the lead up to the release of Revenge of the Fallen and articles thereafter, there was a war of words between Fox and Transformers director Michael Bay.
Fox commented negatively on the Transformers sequel, claiming that it was "not a movie about acting" and she spent most of the time "running or screaming, or both" Following the release of the movie, Fox stated in a Wonderland magazine interview that Bay had a Hitler-like dictator persona on set, and off the set was very socially awkward in an otherwise warm review of the man.
Fox reprised her role in the 2009 sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
She has also stated, several times, that she is of part Cherokee Native American ancestry.
Megan’s great-great-great-great-great-great-grandmother, Mary Powhatan, was said to be Native American, and of the Powhatan tribe.
This ancestry comes through Megan’s paternal grandmother.
If this claim accurate, it would make Megan of 1/256 Native American ancestry.
Fox was originally scheduled to appear in the third live-action Transformers movie, but was suddenly dropped from the cast on May 19, 2010.