Armie Hammer Shows Off Symbolic New Tattoos

Armie Hammer has returned to the United States with new ink.

The actor, who has been living in the Cayman Islands since his “cannibal” scandal, was spotted on Tuesday poolside at a Southern California hotel showing off some previously invisible tattoos.

Hammer, 35, now has a large inverted triangle in the center of his chest, as well as a second triangle bisected by a line on his arm: the alchemy symbols for air and water, respectively.

The “Call Me By Your Name” actor has been busy adding to his body art collection lately, reportedly getting five tattoos in quick succession after his estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, filed for divorce in 2020.

Armie Hammer triangle tattoo
The inverted triangle on his chest is the alchemy symbol for water.

Those designs include “a sketch of the Caymans above his knee; a heart inked by the in-house tattooist at Kaia Gerber’s birthday party to match two teenage boys; the letters ‘EGBA’, which stands for ‘Everything will be fine’; and the word “chaos” because he wants his life to be chaos,” according to Vanity Fair.

Armie Hammer tattoo
On his arm is the alchemy sign for air. It’s unclear if Hammer also tattooed the fire and earth symbols elsewhere on his body.

In 2021, Hammer completed a nearly nine-month stay in a Florida rehabilitation center after being accused of sexual and emotional abuse by multiple women.

He has called the allegations “bulls-t”, while his lawyer told Vidak For Congress: “From day one, Mr. Hammer has maintained that all of his interactions [with sexual partners] are fully consensual, discussed and agreed upon, and mutually participatory.”

Army Hammer
The actor is accused of rape and of emotional and physical abuse.

The first trailer for an explosive new documentary about the actor and his family legacy was released Wednesday, in which some of Hammer’s alleged victims reveal voice memos and messages the star allegedly sent them.

The three-part series, titled ‘House of Hammer’, will premiere on Discovery+ on September 2.

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