Armie Hammer’s Alleged Victims Speak Out In New Trailer

The three-part documentary series delves deeply into the allegations of emotional abuse, deceit, and sexual assault that, in 2021, brought Hammer’s burgeoning Hollywood career to a halt. Julie Miller of Vanity Fair previously investigated this story in a piece titled “The Fall of the House of Hammer.” (Through his attorney, Andrew Brettler, Hammer has always refuted the charges brought against him.

He also admitted himself to a rehabilitation centre last year with the aid of a pal, Robert Downey Jr.) Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison, two of Hammer’s alleged victims, describe their interactions with the Social Network actor in the trailer. They include screenshots of their alleged conversations with Hammer as well as voice memos of those conversations, in which the actor allegedly discussed cannibalistic fantasies and sexual fetishes with them frequently.

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A man’s voice in a voicemail apparently from Hammer said, “My bet was going to involve showing up to your house and completely tying you up and incapacitating you, then being able to do anything I wanted to every single hole in your body until I was done with you. Then, in the trailer, we see a message in which Hammer purportedly calls himself “100% a cannibal” and a note in which he writes, “I am going to bite the fuck out of you.”

Elli Hakami and Julian P. Hobbs’ docuseries also examines the ominous history of the Hammer family. House of Hammer has Casey Hammer, Armie’s aunt and the granddaughter of oil magnate Armand Hammer, on board as a consultant. In the trailer, she is heard saying, “Magnify Succession a million times, and it was my family.” The Hammers are at the top of the heap if you think that striking agreements with the devil is a good idea.

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