Armie Hammer wanted to ‘cut off a woman’s toe and keep it in his pocket’ and make her ‘his property until she died’, according to ‘leaked’ Instagram ‘rape and cannibalism’ messages
- House of Effie, the account behind the leak, shared more alleged exchanges with Hammer on Tuesday in which he appeared to call her a ‘slave’
- In one of the messages he purportedly wrote that he wanted to ‘cut off her toe’ and ‘keep it in his pocket’ so he ‘always had a piece of you in my possession’
- Hammer has not yet spoken publicly on the matter, and multiple comment requests to his representatives have so far gone unanswered
- The authenticity of the messages has not yet been verified
- House of Effie also shared a screenshot of what she claims was her first correspondence with Hammer in 2016
- In the message, dated October 13, 2016, the message begins with the woman writing: ‘Omg I love you’ on what appears to be Facebook Messenger
- ‘Go to sleep. And Thank you,’ Hammer is seen to write in reply
- It’s unclear how their alleged relations escalated, however screenshots shared by the woman purport to show Hammer discussing rape and cannibalism
- One of Hammer’s exes, Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, has spoken out saying she believes the shocking messages ‘are real’
Armie Hammer reportedly said he ‘wanted to cut off’ his girlfriend’s toe and ‘keep it in his pocket’ according to new disturbing screenshots leaked by a woman who says the actor sent her vile Instagram messages about rape and cannibalism.
Hammer, 34, began trending on Twitter on Sunday night after a series of screenshots showing graphic messages he’d allegedly penned to a woman were leaked by the anonymous, now-private Instagram account, House of Effie.
The actor is yet to speak publicly on the matter, and multiple requests for comment sent to his representatives have so far gone unanswered.
The alleged messages, said to be sent between October 2016 and February 2020, include conversations about BDSM, in addition to numerous sexual references to cannibalistic acts and ‘blood-sucking’.
The authenticity of the screenshots has also not yet been verified, however the woman behind the House of Effie account has shared new alleged correspondences with Hammer on Tuesday, in which he appeared to refer to her as his ‘slave’.
‘You just live to obey me and be my slave,’ a message purported to have been sent from Hammer’s official Instagram account reads. ‘I will own you. That’s my soul. My brain. My spirit. My body. Would you come and be my property till you die?’
The message continues: ‘If I wanted to cut off one of your toes and keep it with me in my pocket so I always had a piece of you in my possession?’
It comes as one of Hammer’s exes, writer Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, has spoken out saying she believes the shocking messages ‘are real’, and later wrote: ‘It takes an army to hide a predator’ in reference to the allegations.
The authenticity of the screenshots have also not yet been verified, however the woman behind the House of Effie account has shared new alleged correspondences with Hammer on Tuesday, in which he appeared to refer to her as his ‘slave’
Hammer, 34, began trending on Twitter on Sunday night after a series of screenshots showing graphic messages he’d allegedly penned to the woman leaked
The leaked DMs, alleged to be from Armie’s Instagram account include graphic accounts of sex acts and the message: ‘I am 100% a cannibal’
In a second alleged exchange of undated messages shared by House of Effie, Hammer allegedly writes: ‘I feel like the same way you are on one side of the slave spectrum, I Am on the other side of the master spectrum and I can’t ever imagine another slave.
‘You are mine and I am yours. No matter what happens,’ it continues. ‘And we’ve tested each other to the extremes.’
The new screenshots were released Tuesday morning as the woman behind the House of Effie account sought disprove speculation the messages could be fake.
In another post uploaded Tuesday, the woman claimed she first started talking to Hammer in 2016, after ‘fangirling’ him on Facebook.
The correspondence, dated October 13, 2016, begins with the woman writing: ‘Omg I love you’.
An account, purported to belong to Hammer, then appears to accept her invitation to chat, which marks the woman’s message as ‘Seen’.
‘Totally fangirling and can’t sleep now!’ the woman writes in response, sometime after 3:00am. ‘I loved loved loved you in The Social Network, The Lone Ranger, and U.N.C.L.E. Have a beautiful day.’
Hammer then allegedly replies: ‘Got to sleep. And thank you.’
The woman then reacts to the response with shock, telling him: ‘I actually volunteer for a nonprofit that helps children with disabilities. I’d love to talk to you about it if you’re interested.’
In a second alleged exchange of undated messages shared by House of Effie, Hammer allegedly writes: ‘I feel like the same way you are on one side of the slave spectrum, I Am on the other side of the master spectrum and I can’t ever imagine another slave.’
In another post uploaded Tuesday, the woman claimed she first started talking to Hammer in 2016, after ‘fangirling’ him on Facebook
It’s currently unclear how the woman’s alleged relations with Hammer escalated from that point.
However, in dozens of screenshots shared across Sunday and Monday, Hammer is alleged to have messaged the woman across a period of just under four years, until February 2020, about various sexual kinks including cannibalism, rape fantasies and ‘sucking blood’.
In one message, the actor allegedly writes to the woman: ‘I am 100% a cannibal. I want to eat you.’
‘F**k. That’s scary to admit,’ the message continues. ‘I’ve never admitted that before.’
One exchange, alleged to be from December 2019 reads: ‘I’d chase you down and pounce on you so fast if you tried to walk away.
‘Fuuuuu**. You’ll need something strong to hold me back from you.’
An additional message, again from Instagram, reads: ‘I need to drink your blood. Why the distance?’
Fans of the Call Me By Your Name star, 34, have voiced skepticism over the authenticity of the messages, insisting they appear to be fake.
However Hammer’s ex, Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, took to Twitter Monday to affirm her belief that the messages are in fact real.
‘If you are still questioning whether or not those Armie Hammer DMs are real (and they are) maybe you should start questioning why we live in a culture willing to give abusers the benefit of the doubt instead of victims,’ she wrote.
A screenshot from a conversation purported to be from December 2019 shown above
Hammer (left) is pictured on a date with Henriquez on August 31, 2020 in Los Angeles
Henriquez, who was pictured on a date with Hammer on August 31, later took to Instagram to add: ‘It takes an army to hide a predator.
‘Behind every abuser is a team of people working hard to cover up the trail.’
The writer reportedly blocked Hammer on social media shortly after their August meeting. It’s unclear how long they dated.
Henriquez previously posted a meme to Twitter that showed a picture of her with Hammer, bearing the caption ‘How it started’, alongside a screen shot showing Hammer’s blocked account, with the words ‘How it’s going’. The post was uploaded on October 30.
Also affirming that the alleged Hammer messages are real, House of Effie uploaded a photo she claims to have received from the star during their apparent exchange that proves he is responsible for the messages.
The image shared shows a male’s hand splayed out across a script on a wooden table, and purports to have been sent from Hammer’s Instagram account in an undated message. Visible on the man’s ring finger is a small tattoo.
Notably, Hammer has a similar looking tattoo on his finger, having previously had the initials of his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers inked on his ring finger shortly after they married in October 2010.
Henriquez, who was pictured on a date with Hammer on August 31, later took to Instagram to add: ‘It takes an army to hide a predator. ‘Behind every abuser is a team of people working hard to cover up the trail’
Henriquez reportedly blocked Hammer on social media shortly after their September meeting. It’s unclear how long they dated
The pair were still married at the time the alleged messages from Hammer were apparently sent to the woman. They announced their divorce after 10 years in the summer of 2020.
An audio clip has also surfaced on Twitter, which purports to document Hammer speaking in reference to ‘risque’ messages he’d sent to someone in the midst of a ‘kink-based’ relationship.
In the clip, the male voice is heard saying: ‘They were very risqué dms with someone I was involved with in very much a sort of kink-based relationship, if you will.
‘So a lot of s**t was said that also most people don’t relate to. It’s kink, its niche, it’s fetish – so that’s bad.
‘So if that wasn’t bad enough, imagine this: You’re having sex with someone and you say something in the heat of the moment … if someone comes up to you and says “Oh my god, I heard you said this…” out of context, out of the heat of the moment, out of that safe place where it sounds perfect to say – it’s a little cringey.’
Hammer previously made headlines of a similar nature in 2017, after he liked a series of tweets about BDSM sex acts.
in a bid to attempt to prove the authenticity of the messages, the anonymous woman behind the leak has shared a photo she claims to have received during her purported exchange with Hammer, showing a tattoo on his ring finger
Hammer has a similar looking tattoo on his finger, as seen in the above images from 2020 (left) and 2018 (right)
Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers were still married at the time the alleged messages from Hammer were apparently sent to the woman
Hammer, best known for his acclaimed role in 2017’s Call Me By Your Name, has appeared in recent years in films including On the Basis of Sex, Sorry to Bother You and the upcoming Death on the Nile.
DailyMail.com has reached out to 20th Century Fox, who are behind Death on the Nile, and ViacombCBS, who are developing The Offer in which Hammer is set to star, for comment on the allegations but has not yet received a response.
In an interview with Playboy magazine in 2013, he lifted the lid on his ‘wild’ sexual habits with women in previous relationships, telling the outlet: ‘Well, if you’re married to a feminist as I am, then it’s…. I don’t know how much we can put here without my parents being embarrassed, but I used to like to be a dominant lover.
‘I liked the grabbing of the neck and the hair and all that. But then you get married and your sexual appetites change. And I mean that for the better – it’s not like I’m suffering in any way. But you can’t really pull your wife’s hair. It gets to a point where you say, “I respect you too much to do these things that I kind of want to do.”’
Hammer later blamed what he called ‘over-sharing’ about his past sexual exploits on alcohol.
‘Let’s just say hindsight is 20/20. Don’t drink during an interview,’ he told E! News.
However, in an interview with Elle later the same year, he claimed a former girlfriend once tried to stab him in bed.
‘One chick tried to stab me when we were having sex,’ Hammer said. ‘I should so not be telling this story. She was like, “True love leaves scars. You don’t have any.” And then she tried to stab me with a butcher knife,’ he added. ‘Of course I promptly broke up with her…seven months later.’
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