Armie Hammer’s ‘messages and voice memos revealed by alleged victims’ in House Of Hammer documentary

House of Hammer will explore the allegations about Armie Hammer (Picture: David Buchan/REX/Shutterstock)

’s messages and voice notes which were sent to alleged victims are set to be revealed in a new documentary, House Of Hammer. 

The actor, 35, was accused of sexual abuse in early 2021, which he has always vehemently denied, .

Hammer’s accusers have spoken out about the actor’s alleged cannibalistic fantasies and his sexual fetishes, which they claimed were abusive. 

The Discovery+ docuseries will see interviews with the women Hammer is said to have communicated with, as well as his aunt, Casey Hammer, who alleges that the ‘darkness’ goes back generations within their family. 

She is the actor’s aunt and granddaughter of Armand Hammer, who made the family’s fortune in the oil business. 

Vowing to reveal the family’s secrets, she also says the actor’s great-great grandfather, Julius Hammer, was convicted of first-degree manslaughter in 1920 after a jury found him guilty when the wife of a Russian diplomat died after he had given her an abortion, and claimed Julian Hammer, the son of Armand Hammer, Ki**ed a man in 1955 over a gambling debt, but charges were dismissed after he pled self-defense.

She has also alleged in 2015 that she was sexually abused by her father, Julian, when she was a child, detailing the claims in her self-published book, Surviving My Birthright.  

The three-part series will also see two of Hammer’s accusers giving on-screen interviews as well as sharing text messages and voice memos claimed to be from the actor in which he fantasises about tying them up or eating them. 

One voice note, alleged to be from Hammer, says: ‘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.’

The actor has always denied the claims (Picture: David Buchan/REX/Shutterstock)

In a handwritten note, the actor is alleged to have told one woman: ‘I am going to bite the f**k out of you.’

The claims about Hammer first surfaced during the pandemic when messages he had allegedly sent surfaced on social media before being picked up by the press. 

Hammer has consistently denied all allegations of sexual abuse and rape, stating that all interactions with the women in question were consensual. 

Hammer’s attorney, Andrew Brettler, said in a statement to at the time: ‘From day one, Mr. Hammer has maintained that all of his interactions [with every sexual partner] have been completely consensual, discussed and agreed upon in advance, and mutually participatory.’

Following the allegations, Hammer was dropped by his agent and cut from a series of projects. 

House of Hammer will air on Discovery+ from September 2. 


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