Armie Hammer’s alleged victims have emerged in the first trailer for Discovery+’s new documentary series, ‘House of Hammer’.
The explosive first trailer, released by the network on Wednesday, features footage of two of Hammer’s exes, Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison, who come forward to describe their harrowing experiences and include screenshots of messages and voice memos that the star of ” Social Network” reportedly sent them.
“I have this fantasy that someone proves his love and devotion and ties him up at night in a public place and frees his body,” says an alleged message from Hammer.
Another voice memo, purportedly sent by Hammer, uses more violent imagery.
“My bet would be that I would show up at your house and tie you up completely and render you incapacitated and able to do whatever I wanted with any hole in your body until I was done with you,” the memo says. .
The three-part series also features Hammer’s Aunt Casey Hammer, who is the granddaughter of Armand Hammer, the businessman who made the family fortune in the oil business.
“I’m about to reveal the dark, twisted secrets of the Hammer family,” Casey says in the trailer.
The 35-year-old ‘Call Me By Your Name’ star has called all allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse ‘bulls-t’, while his attorney, Andrew Brettler, has taken a more professional approach in denying any wrongdoing.
“From day one, Mr. Hammer has maintained that all of his interactions with ‘each sexual partner’ have been completely consensual, discussed and agreed in advance, and mutually participated,” Brettler told Vidak For Congress in a statement.
Armie, who has lived in the Cayman Islands near estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers and their two children, spent six months in a Florida rehabilitation center funded by Robert Downey Jr.
“House of Hammer” premieres September 2 on Discovery+.