Armie Hammer has become the protagonist of one of the biggest scandals of Hollywood in recent years. When he was at the top of his career, thanks to his different characterizations in successful movies in the industry, the protagonist of “Call me by your name” was accused of cannibalism and even rape.
This controversy, in which the artist was involved and which led him to move away from the world of entertainment, has resurfaced again as a result of the premiere of the Discovery+ documentary, entitled
“House of Hammer: Family Secrets”.
Who is Armie Hammer?
Armie Hammer is a famous American actor, known for having participated in films such as “The social network”, “The Lone Ranger”, “The man from UNCLE”, “Mine”, “J. Edgar” and
“Call me by your name”in which he shared scenes with Timothée Calamet.
Armie Hammer works as a salesman at Morritt’s Resort in the Cayman Islands. Photo: TMZ
Rape allegations and cannibalistic tendencies
In 2020, a series of Instagram conversations between
Hammer and a woman. In these messages, the actor talked about sadomasochism and other sexual references around cannibalism.
The actor denied everything and that year confirmed his separation from Elizabeth Chambers, his wife and mother of his children.
Later, his ex-partners, Courtney Vucekovich, Julia Morrison and Paige Lorenze, claimed to have suffered sexual abuse. And, in addition to this, a young woman named Effie Angelova gave a new testimony, in which she expressly accused the interpreter of rape.
Later, the protagonist of “J. Edgar” entered a rehabilitation clinic for his addictions to sex, drugs and alcohol. His treatment concluded in December 2021.
Los Angeles authorities investigate the actor after the accusation. Photo: AFP
Shortly after, in July of this 2022, it was revealed that
Armie Hammer He works as a timeshare salesman in the Cayman Islands, located in the Caribbean. About “House of Hammer: Family Secrets”
“House of Hammer: Family Secrets,” a Discovery+ documentary that premiered on September 2, chronicles the scandals involving Armie Hammer and other members of the wealthy family.
In the series, Morrison and Vucekovich, two of the alleged victims, narrate the traumatic experiences they lived through. To support their statements, both presented screenshots of the text messages and recordings that the American actor sent them.