Two of Armie Hammer’s accusers share messages from the actor where ‘he says he is 100% cannibal’ in explosive new documentary produced by his AUNT who says the men in her family are ‘monsters’
- The new trailer for House of Hammer shows accusers Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison describe their allegedly violent relationships with Armie Hammer
- Hammer’s own aunt, Casey Hammer, also speaks, describing a family steeped in generations of violent behavior
- The documentary is the latest chapter in the unravelling of the Hollywood A-lister turned timeshare salesman felled by 2021 sexual assault allegations
- The three part series was co-produced by Casey and is to be released on Discovery+ on Wednesday
A new documentary featuring Armie Hammer’s aunt and a pair of his accusers delves into the embattled actor’s alleged violent sexual fantasies and dark family history.
In the new trailer for House of Hammer, accusers Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison describe their allegedly violent relationships with Hammer in harrowing detail.
‘I am here to talk about what happened with my relationship with Armie Hammer,’ Vucekovich says at the outset of the trailer – after taking deep breaths and nervously adjusting her jacket.
She and Morrison then go on to show text messages they say Hammer, 35, sent describing violent sexual fantasies he wanted them to play out – including the infamous ‘I’m 100% a cannibal’ text.
‘I haven’t really digested this one,’ Morrison says flipping through her phone and reading aloud a text from Hammer, ‘I have a fantasy of having someone prove their love and devotion and tying them up in a public place at night making their body free use. And seeing if they will f*** strangers for me.’
The three part series was co-produced by Armie’s own aunt, Casey Hammer, and is to be released on Discovery+ on Wednesday. She also appeared in the trailer and said she wasn’t surprised to learn about the accusations against her nephew, saying darkness is a Hammer family tradition.
‘When all this came out about Armie, I was not shocked. You just don’t wake up and become this dark controller, abuser. This behavior, it’s deep rooted.’
The documentary is the latest chapter in the unravelling of the former Hollywood A-lister whose career was felled in 2021 by sexual assault allegations and an ensuing investigation from the Los Angeles police department. He was recently spotted working as a timeshare salesman in the Cayman Islands after a rehab stint.
Armie Hammer was spotted in Los Angeles in July after he was seen selling timeshares in the Cayman Islands
In the documentary, accusers Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison describe their allegedly violent relationships with Hammer in harrowing detail, while Hammer’s own aunt, Casey Hammer, describes a family steeped in generations of violent behavior
In the documentary Armie Hammer’s own aunt, Casey Hammer, describes a family steeped in generations of violent behavior
In the trailer, Vucekovich and Mirron both said their relationship with Hammer started out idyllic.
‘In the beginning I felt like this was all prefect, this was amazing,’ Vucekovich said, ‘How could you be this beautiful, this smart, so funny. But then things changed. He pushes your boundaries a little bit at a time. You’re his, completely.’
She said things began to escalate rapidly after Armie left her a handwritten note that said ‘I am going to bite the f*** out of you,’ describing being so violently bound by Hammer during sex that she closed her eyes to shut it out.
‘He just like acted mad. The ropes were around your neck, your wrist, your ankles, you’re like completely immobilized. I’m just closing my eyes until it ended,’ she said, sharing a photo of five coils of rope Hammer allegedly sent her.
‘I mean, he said, I’m 100% a cannibals. I’m freaking out.’
Morrison said her relationship with Hammer started with him saying’ god you’re so perfect, its like you were made for me,’ but by the end his violent kinks were ‘all he wanted ever to talk about.’
The trailer also plays a voice memo allegedly recorded by Hammer saying ‘My bet was going to involve showing up at your place and completely tying you up and incapacitating you and being able to do whatever I wanted to every single hole in your body until I was done with you.’
A pair of texts Armie Hammer allegedly sent to Courtney Vucekovich, revealed in the documentary
A series of texts Armie sent to one of his accusers. It was anonymously shared in 2021 when he was first accused. It is unclear who he sent it to
Casey, the sister of Armie’s father who became estranged after she was mostly ignored by in her grandfather’s multi-million-dollar will in 1990 – reported to be worth about $800million – said violence runs in the family.
‘On the outside we were a perfect family. But magnify Succession a million times, and it as my family,’ she said, ‘If you believe about making deals with the devil, the Hammers are top of the totem pole.’
Armie’s great-grandfather and namesake, Armand Hammer, made millions in the oil industry but left his family deeply divided in his 1990 will which favored some and slighted others.
Violence and scandal has plagued the family throughout its stories history, with Armie’s great-great-grandfather being convicted of manslaughter in 1920 over a botched abortion he tried to administer, and Armie’s grandfather killing a man in 1955 over a gambling debt. He dodged those charges by claiming self defense.
A 2021 report in Vanity Fair detailed the bizarre sexual proclivities Armie’s father, Michael Hammer, claiming the 65-year-old ‘has the mindset of a teenage boy’, and keeps a ‘sex throne’ in the Armand Hammer Foundation headquarters.
‘I know my grandfather had a dark side, but I saw my fathers dark side firsthand,’ Casey said, ‘And I’ve seen my brother’s dark side. It was like a monster unleashed. Now it’s Armie Hammer.’
‘Every generation in my family has been involved in dark misdeeds, and it just gets worse and worse and worse.’
Casey – who told Vanity Fair she had $100 in her savings account and was working at Home Depot after receiving $250,000 from her grandfather’s will – co-produced the documentary, according to Variety, and signed onto the project before it was picked up by Discovery+.
‘My name is Casey hammer and I’m about to reveal the dark twisted secrets of the Hammer family.’
Accuser Courtney Vucekovich appears in the documentary. She said her relationship with Hammer started out idyllic but went suddenly south
Armie Hammer in Los Angeles in July after returning from the Cayman Islands, where he was living to be closer to his kids and estranged wife
Armie’s life as thrown into disarray last year after a number of women claimed that he has been sexually abusive to them in the service of several of his alleged violent sexual kinks, which reportedly included rape and cannibalism fantasies.
Two women – including Vucekovich – said he told them he wanted to remove their ribs, barbecue them and eat them, and one accused him of slicing the letter ‘A’ into one her thigh before sucking the blood out of her fresh wound.
After the accusations were made public, the actor was dropped by his agency, WME, and was subsequently let go from various film projects, including Paramount Plus series The Offer, Jennifer Lopez’s Shotgun Wedding, as well as the thriller Billion Dollar Spy.
He and his wife Elizabeth Chambers, 39, had announced their split a few months before the allegations surfaced.
Hammer checked into a rehabilitation center to treat sex, drugs and alcohol problems, where he stayed from May through December 2021.
Armie Hammer working as a timeshare salesman while he was living in the Cayman Islands earlier this year
A brochure featuring Hammer as a concierge at the Morritt’s resort in Grand Cayman. Hammer has said the brochure is fake
The rehab stint was reportedly funded by friend and fellow actor Downey Jr., who himself has dealt with and climbed back from career shattering substance abuse problems.
Hammer trying to close a deal while selling timeshares in Grand Cayman earlier this year
A source told Variety that Downey Jr. was providing ‘financial assistance until he [Hammer] gets back on his feet.’
The source also confirmed the rumors surrounding viral photos that showed Hammer walking into the Morritt’s Resort office in a staff uniform, despite his lawyer previously denying claims that he’d taken up a new career there.
The shots were followed by photos of Hammer taken inside of the office on another day, once again wearing a similar blue polo shirt while reportedly going over pricing for a unit with a couple of potential buyers.
TMZ reported at the time that during the pitch Hammer offered the potential buyers a timeshare for $2,020 per week or, ‘only about $21,000 for ten years of vacations.’
Earlier in July, his attorney denied that the disgraced star was working at the establishment, following a viral Tweet with another image that that showed his face on a pamphlet as concierge for the hotel.
The since-deleted tweet’s caption read: ‘My friend’s parents went on vacation in the Cayman Islands and Armie Hammer was their concierge.’
The pamphlet included discount vouchers and advertised that Hammer would take guests to swim ‘with wild turtles’ and point them to the ‘best snorkeling and diving spots.’
Armie Hammer as a child being held by his great grandfather Armand Hammer. His father, Michael Hammer, crouches to the right
Armie Hammer with his father Michael Hammer. Vanity Fair reported in 2021 that Michael had his own unique sexual proclivities
The source told Variety Hammer was working the job because he was ‘broke.’
‘He is working at the resort and selling timeshares. He is working at a cubicle,’ the source said, ‘The reality is he’s totally broke, and is trying to fill the days and earn money to support his family.’
According to the source Hammer ‘is not on the family payroll’ and has been forced to work a regular job after his Hollywood downfall.
The insider also shared that Hammer previously managed an apartment complex in the Cayman Islands, too.
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