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Armie Hammer’s ex-girlfriends have provided details about their relationship with the actor.
A trailer for the upcoming Discovery+ docuseries House of Hammer has dropped and it dives into the alleged dark side of the Hollywood star.
Several ex-partners have come forward to lift the lid about their relationship with the Call Me By Your Name actor.
They've opened up about his alleged abusive nature and sexual fantasies of cannibalism.
In the trailer, Courtney Vucekovich recalls how he was seemingly 'perfect' at the start. She said the actor would shower her with flattering compliments and love bomb her. Soon after, however, things began to ‘change’.
Vucekovich shares how she got unsettling text messages from the 35-year-old, where he claimed he was ‘100 percent a cannibal’ and wanted ‘to eat’ her.
She also recounted how the actor would tie her up excessively to the point where she was completely ‘immobilised’.
Another ex-girlfriend, Julia Morrison, held up text messages from Armie, which said: “I have a fantasy about having someone prove their love and devotion and tying them up in a public place at night and making their body free use.”
The docuseries will also uncover how the actor comes from a lineage of dark, twisted men who have allegedly systematically abused their power and buried secrets.
Deadline reports that Armie comes from a wealthy family of business tycoons associated with the company Occidental Petroleum.
Armie’s great-great-grandfather, Dr Julius Hammer, was convicted of first-degree manslaughter when the wife of a Russian diplomat he gave an abortion to died.
His grandfather, Julian Armand Hammer, killed a man in 1995 over a gambling debt, according to Business Insider.
Julian's daughter, Casey, who also appears in the docuseries, alleges that her father sexually molested her as a child, as revealed in her 2015 memoir Surviving My Birthright.
Accusations of Armie’s rape and cannibalism fantasies came to light in January last year when screenshots of alarming messages from the actor began circulating online.
Following the screenshots, previous girlfriends came forward claiming Armie had abused them, which led the Los Angeles Police Department to open an investigation.
However, the actor’s lawyer Andrew Brettler maintained his innocence, telling Vanity Fair last year: “All interactions between Mr. Hammer and his former partners were consensual.”
He added: “They were fully discussed, agreed upon in advance with his partners, and mutually participatory.
“The stories perpetuated on social media were designed to be salacious in an effort to harm Mr. Hammer, but that does not make them true.”
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