Armie Hammer gave his first interview since 2021, when many allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse were made against the actor, saying that all the fights involved were consensual while acknowledging that they were emotionally abusive in their relationships.
“He had a big and extreme lifestyle,” Malleus told Air Mail, a digital currency. “He would choose these women, in this whirlwind of travel, sex and drugs and high emotions, and then, as soon as it was done, he would put them down and transfer them to another woman. leaving that woman feeling left behind. or used”.
Malleus also revealed that he was sexually abused by his youth pastor for about a year at the age of 13, an experience that would eventually lead to his interest in BDSM.
“What he did to me was introduce sexuality into my life in a way that was completely out of my control,” he told Air Mail. “I was not in the situation. I had no agency in this matter. My things then were: I want you to be in control of the sexual state.”
Speaking to the Air Mail, Hammer has vehemently denied any criminal wrongdoing, saying the 2021 fight center allegations against him are all consensual. However, he said, “the power dynamic was absent” in the relationships he had with women.
He said: “I had these younger ones in twenty-six, and I am in my 30s. I was a lucky player at the time. They could be happy with me, and so they would say things, so they would not say their own.”
The Call Me By Your Name actor said her behavior was “disgusting” to him.
“Here I am, I admit my mistakes, I will take care of myself, for my own sake, so that people used to make me better, and when I did, I moved” Hammer. he said. “I am now a healthier, happier and more balanced person.
“I can be there for my children in a way that I have never been … I am truly thankful for life, health, and everything. I will not go back and solve everything that happened to me.
Hammer, who faced sexual assault and abuse allegations in February 2021, described swimming in the ocean in the Cayman Islands with destructive thoughts.
“I just got up in the ocean and I swam as hard as I could and I was hoping that I would drown, or reach the boat or be picked up by the mud,” he said. “Then I realized that my children were still on the beach, and I couldn’t do that to my children.”
Hammer, a father of two, and his wife of 10 years in the summer of 2020. Half a year later, allegations against Hammer began surfacing in January 2021, when anonymous Instagram user @houseofeffie posted violent and graphic texts. by Hammer
Other women soon came forward with similar allegations of sexual coercion and emotional abuse in their relationships with Malleolo between 2017 and 2020.
The hammer was eventually dropped by the talent agency and he either voluntarily resigned or was removed from multiple high-profile projects.
In February 2021, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) opened a sexual assault investigation against Hammer. Los Angeles police did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the investigation and did not provide any public update on its status.
In September, more than a year after Vanity Fair published a report on the disturbing family history of the Hammer family (he is the great-grandson of oil tycoon Armand Hammer), Discovery+ launched a three-part documentary series called House of Hammer, which has been mired in accusations. the dark side of the Hammer family.
The mall has kept a low profile following allegations that it has been trying to sell the Cayman Islands over the past two years in addition to its own islands.
Hammer confirmed that at one point he was gathering time at a resort for clients in the Cayman Islands where a friend worked. He told Air Mail that he was “broke” and “heavily in debt”, although he received a loan from his family to help with legal costs.
“Hammer wants to clear his name, at least as charged with the crimes,” the statement added. “Whether it deserves it is not for us to judge, and the minds of many readers are already made up.” This report may not change the way Hammer is viewed, but it does provide a fuller, more accurate and reinforced version of what Hollywood casts as a throwaway film without the burden of ever turning against him.
Finally, Malleus painted himself as a victim of “this unhinged culture.”
“Now someone does something wrong, throw them away from you,” he said. “There is no possibility of rehabilitation. There is no possibility of redemption. Someone makes a mistake, and we throw them away like a broken camera.
Malleus said he wants to experience growth like his wife Robert Downey Jr did after facing drug charges in the 1990s.
“Robert and others are examples of what it looks like for a human being to feel pain and then grow,” Hammer said. “And what I’m looking at is something I’m going to achieve.”