Armie Hammer, an American actor best known for his roles in hits such as The Lone Ranger, Call Me by Your Name, and Death on the Nile, has faced a large number of allegations, sprouting originally from the #MeToo movement.
Shocking videos show Hammer drinking beer while behind the wheel and licking white powder off of a friend’s hand, as sources tell of his downward spiral into drugs and depravity.
Elizabeth Chambers, Armie’s wife at the time, filed for divorce in July 2020. Chambers requested full custody of their children and assured them they would move back to the states soon.
Around 6 months later, in January of 2021, allegations began to pour in, correlating many issues Hammer has had in the past. The first allegation, by an anonymous woman, came forward on Instagram, revealing a number of explicit texts Hammer had sent her while married. He sent her graphic and violent texts. The same woman also came forward with texts from other ‘victims’ of Hammer’s sexual abuse.
In this same month, app developer and social media influencer Courtney Vucekovich came out as a victim of Hammer, this time revealing her true identity.
“He did some things with me that I wasn’t comfortable with. For God knows what reason, he convinced me that these things were OK and he put me in some dangerous situations where I was not OK, where he was heavily drinking, and I wasn’t drinking that way and it scared me. I didn’t feel comfortable.”
Hammer denies all allegations, expressing that they were consensual.
As for Armie’s career, He now sells timeshares at a resort in the Cayman Islands. his talent agency dropped him, Hollywood won’t give him a job, and his dynasty of a family name will not come to his rescue anymore.
The actor is still being investigated for the crimes listed and more.