Armie Hammer's exes spill seriously horrifying details in trailer for doco 'House of Hammer'
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Armie Hammer's exes spill seriously horrifying details in trailer for doco 'House of Hammer'

"I mean he said 'I'm 100% a cannibal'. I'm freaking out."
11 August 2022 12:46PM

Warning: This article and the trailer for 'House of Hammer' may be distressing for some people. 

Armie Hammer's alleged ex-girlfriends have revealed shocking details of their relationship with the disgraced actor in the trailer for a new docu-series about him and his family. 

Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison are two of the women who speak out in the teaser for 'House of Hammer', where they share deeply disturbing texts and voice notes they claim were sent to them by Armie. 

In those messages, the 'Call Me By Your Name' star appears to discuss his penchant for cannabilism, detailing how he wants to tie up and violate his partners.

Mental health advocate and app-founder Courtney said that in the beginning of her relationship with Armie, she felt like everything was "perfect and amazing".

"Things changed. He pushes your boundaries a little bit at a time," she says in the trailer. 

"I mean he said 'I'm 100% a cannibal'. I'm freaking out," she adds. 

Text messages then flash up on the screen that read: "I am 100 percent a cannibal. I want to eat you."

Writer and artist Julia Morrison, who also dated Armie, agrees. "It was all he ever wanted to talk about," she says in the clip. 

She shows a text message allegedly sent from the actor that reads: "I have a fantasy about having someone prove their love and devotion and tying them up in a public place at night and making their body free use and seeing if they will f*ck strangers for me."

Julia also plays a voice note she says Armie sent her, which feels a bit too effed up for us to type here, but you can hear it for yourself in the trailer. 

There's also evidence of a handwritten note that reads: "I am going to bite the f*ck out of you."

Honestly, there's so much messed-up stuff documented in this less than 4-minute trailer, you kind of have to see it to believe it. 

Also in the docu-series is Armie's aunt Casey Hammer, who says she refuses to be silenced by her family any longer, and is ready to reveal the "dark, twisted secrets of the Hammers". 

"If you believe in making deals with the devil, the Hammers are top of the totem pole," she says.

"Every generation in my family has been involved in dark misdeeds, and it just gets worse and worse and worse."


You'll probably remember that the first screenshots of graphic sexual messages allegedly sent by Armie surfaced online in early 2021. The actor was soon dumped from several projects he was working on, and was later accused of rape and battery by a then 24-year-old woman known as Effie. 

Armie denied any and all allegations against him, calling them "bullshit". He reportedly checked into a rehab facility in May last year and has recently been laying low in the Cayman Islands. 

'House of Hammer' will be released on Discovery+ on September 2, which can only be accessed in NZ with a VPN at this stage. 

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