Armie Hammer reached the pinnacle of his career when he appeared in the film Call Me By Your Name, opposite then-star Timothée Chalamet. This drama about a gay couple was a huge success around the world and made Hammer one of the most sought-after actors.
His fame and praise did not last: soon the first strange accusations against him appeared. Namely, Armija was denounced by several women for sexual abuse and sending inappropriate messages in which he showed cannibalistic tendencies.
Very soon he became known as the “cannibal actor” and all the doors in Hollywood were closed to him. Shortly after the allegations, Hammer was dropped from almost all film projects, which resulted in his bankruptcy. It was rumored that the actor had no choice but to work as a salesman in the Cayman Islands.
In addition to his colleagues, it seems that the family also raised their hand toward Armi, so he had to do everything to feed himself and his family.
Hammer has never denied the various allegations of abuse and cannibalism, but in 2021 he was sent to a rehab center for sex and drug addiction treatment.
“The army is a monster. Many of these women came into contact with Elizabeth (his ex-wife) and although he did not want to admit it at first, he now knows that the victims were telling the truth. There was another side to the Army that she was unaware of. “Whether it’s been going on all along or not, she’s not sure,” a source told the Daily Mail.
The example of his father, who recently passed away, shows that he is not the only one in his family with strange tendencies.
Rumor has it that Michael Hammer was involved in the biggest art fraud scandal in New York and that Hammer had a “sex dungeon” under the company’s headquarters. Foreign media reports that the late Michael had perverted sexual fantasies that he carried out secretly.
The situation is no better with Armie’s grandfather. Julian Hammer is the descendant of a man who killed another man over a gambling debt, and Julian himself allegedly sexually abused his daughter Casey.
However, no previous member of the Hammer family “paid” for their dark side as much as the curse did to the Army.