hammer house, a working title for an upcoming project from ID and Discovery+, will cover various scandals involving actor Armie Hammer and his family. the Lone Ranger The star’s film career came to an end after several women accused him of rape and as someone who engaged in varying degrees of sexual abuse and attempted cannibalism. According to Variety, the special will use a wealth of archival material and interviews with survivors and unspecified family members to investigate “a dysfunctional dynasty with its male characters exhibiting all the devastating consequences of privilege gone wild.”

Armie Hammer was born into a very wealthy family whose history dates back to the 1700s. His paternal great-grandfather, Armand Hammer, was an oil magnate whose parents were Jewish immigrants from the Russian Empire and were from Ukrainian Jewish descent. Armie’s father inherited the family’s huge fortune estimated to be worth over $180 million. Money would not be the only thing transmitted from generation to generation, especially to men.


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In March 2021, a woman known by the pseudonym “Effie” accused the actor of violently raping and beating her for hours in 2017. During a press conference with his attorney Gloria Allred, “Effie” said that she thought he was going to kill her. . Hammer denied the allegations, but soon a slew of unverified Instagram DMs were posted alleging the actor’s detailed sinister sexual fantasies, including acts of cannibalism. The show prompted an anonymous source to release a statement about the controversy.

“He never ate human flesh, he never drank blood, he never cut his toe, he never locked anyone in a cage, or anything else in these crazy messages. These messages are definitely not to be taken at face value, even though he did text them.

Soon after, Hammer’s career suffered as he found himself dropped from one project after another. The Hammer family scandals didn’t start with him. Armie’s great-great-grandfather, Dr. Julius Hammer, was convicted of first-degree manslaughter and imprisoned in 1919 after performing an abortion on the wife of a Russian diplomat, who is eventually died a few days later after the procedure. Armie’s great-grandfather, Armand, who made his fortune investing the money he received from his third wife, was known to be involved in extensive affairs including money laundering, corruption in the oil sector and the use of works of art to finance Soviet espionage. Armie’s grandfather, Julian Hammer, killed a man in 1955, apparently over a gambling debt. He was arrested, but charges were later dismissed. He reportedly had $50,000 in cash delivered to a Los Angeles attorney just before the charges were dropped. Julian Hammer has also been accused of sexually abusing his daughter Casey as a child.

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