Armie Hammer’s Victims reveal shocking details of conversations with him
After multiple women accused actor Armie Hammer of rape, emotional abuse, and manipulation early last year, Hammer disputed the charges. Vanity Fair then released an extensive expose on the murky and sometimes violent past of his oil-magnate family in the aftermath of these disclosures. However, it seems that neither the origins of Hammer’s violence nor our investigation into them are yet complete: Both will be featured in a three-part documentary series called House of Hammer, premiering this fall on Discovery+. The new trailer, released on Wednesday, looks terrifying.
In it, ex-girlfriends Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison claim Hammer sent them disturbing messages about tying them up and eating them. According to Morrison, he once wrote in a text message: “I have a fantasy about having someone prove their love and devotion by tying them up in a public place and making their body free use and seeing if they will fuck strangers for me.”
The most shocking part of the trailer is a voice note, likely from one of his exes, in which Hammer brags about winning a bet in which he threatened to “show up at your place and completely tie you up and incapacitate you and being able to do whatever I wanted to every single hole in your body until I was done with you.” Vucekovich also appears in a clip detailing what appears to be a sexual experience between herself and Hammer, saying, “The ropes were around your neck, your wrist, your ankles, and you’re completely immobilized. I’m just closing my eyes until it ended.”
Casey Hammer, Armie’s aunt and a source for much of the information in the Vanity Fair piece, also appears to play a significant role. She secured a deal to create the show last year, and the trailer features her revealing some of the same information she did in the expose. “This behavior, it’s deep-rooted.” She adds, “Every generation of my family has been involved in dark misdeeds, and it just gets worse and worse.”