Armie Hammer reportedly said he wanted to cut off his girlfriend's toe and keep it in his pocket, according to new disturbing screenshots posted by a woman who says the actor sent her hideous Instagram messages about rape and cannibalism.
Hammer, 34, started the trend on Twitter on Sunday night after a series of screenshots of graphic messages allegedly posted to a woman leaked from the anonymous, now private Instagram account House of Effie.
The actor has yet to speak publicly about it, and several requests for comment to his representatives have so far gone unanswered.
The alleged messages, to be broadcast between October 2016 and February 2020, include conversations about BDSM as well as numerous sexual references to cannibalism and “blood sucking”.
The authenticity of the screenshots has not yet been verified either, however the woman behind the House of Effie account shared new alleged correspondence with Hammer on Tuesday in which he apparently referred to her as his "slave".
"You only live to obey me and be my slave," said a message allegedly sent from Hammer's official Instagram account. “I will own you. This is my soul. My brain. My ghost. My body. Would you come and be my property until you die? & # 39;
The message continues, "What if I wanted to cut off one of your toes and keep it in my pocket so I could always have a piece of you in my possession?"
It comes when one of Hammer's exes, writer Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, said she believed the shocking messages were "real," and later wrote, "It takes an army to hide a predator" in response to the allegations.
The authenticity of the screenshots has also not yet been verified. However, the woman behind the House of Effie account shared new alleged correspondence with Hammer on Tuesday in which he apparently referred to her as his "slave".
Hammer, 34, started the trend on Twitter Sunday night after a series of screenshots showed graphical messages that he allegedly wrote to the leaked woman
Leaked DMs, allegedly from Armie's Instagram account, include graphic reports of sexual activity and the message, "I'm 100% a cannibal."
In a second alleged exchange of undated messages shared by the House of Effie, Hammer allegedly writes, "I feel just like you on one side of the slave spectrum, I'm on the other side of the master spectrum, and I can don't ever imagine another slave.
& # 39; You are mine and I am yours. No matter what happens, ”it continues. "And we've put each other to the test."
The new screenshots were released Tuesday morning as the woman behind the House of Effie account searched for speculation that the news might have been fake.
In another post uploaded Tuesday, the woman claimed she first spoke to Hammer in 2016 after "fangirling" him on Facebook.
The correspondence of October 13, 2016 begins with the woman writing: "Omg, I love you".
An account allegedly owned by Hammer then appears to accept her chat invitation, which marks the woman's message as "seen".
"Totally fangirling and can't sleep now!" The woman wrote in reply, sometime after 3 a.m. “I've loved, loved, loved on The Social Network, The Lone Ranger, and U.N.C.L.E. Have a nice day. & # 39;
Hammer then supposedly replies: & # 39; I have to sleep. And thank you. & # 39;
The woman then reacts with shock to the reaction and tells him, “I am volunteering for a non-profit organization that helps children with disabilities. I'd love to talk to you about this if you're interested. & # 39;
In a second alleged exchange of undated messages shared by the House of Effie, Hammer allegedly writes, "I feel just like you on one side of the slave spectrum, I'm on the other side of the master spectrum, and I can don't ever imagine another slave. & # 39;
In another post uploaded Tuesday, the woman claimed she first spoke to Hammer in 2016 after "fangirling" him on Facebook
It is currently unclear how the woman's alleged relationship with Hammer escalated from that point on.
In dozens of screenshots that were shared on Sunday and Monday, Hammer is said to have informed the woman about various sexual problems such as cannibalism, rape fantasies and "sucking blood" over a period of almost four years until February 2020.
In a message, the actor allegedly wrote to the woman: “I am 100% a cannibal. I want to eat you. & # 39;
& # 39; F ** k. It's scary to admit, ”the message continues. "I've never admitted that."
An exchange allegedly from December 2019 reads, “I would hunt you down and attack you so quickly if you tried to walk away.
& # 39; Fuuuuu **. You need something strong to hold me back from you. & # 39;
An additional message from Instagram reads: “I have to drink your blood. Why the distance? & # 39;
Fans of the 34-year-old star "Call Me By Your Name" have been skeptical about the authenticity of the news and insisted that it appears to be fake.
Hammer's ex Jessica Ciencin Henriquez took to Twitter Monday to reiterate her belief that the news is indeed real.
"If you're still wondering if these Armie Hammer DMs are (and they are) real, you might be wondering why we live in a culture that is willing to give abusers the benefit of doubt rather than victims," she wrote.
A screenshot from a conversation that supposedly dates back to December 2019 is shown above
Hammer (left) is pictured on a date with Henriquez in Los Angeles on August 31, 2020
Henriquez, pictured on a date with a hammer on Aug. 31, later took to Instagram to add, “It takes an army to hide a predator.
"Behind every perpetrator is a team of people who work hard to cover up the path."
The author reportedly blocked Hammer on social media shortly after they met in August. It is unclear how long they dated.
Henriquez previously posted a meme on Twitter showing a picture of her with a hammer, titled "How It Started," and a screenshot of Hammer's banned account with the words "How It Goes." The post was uploaded on October 30th.
House of Effie also confirmed that the alleged hammer news is real and uploaded a photo she allegedly received from the star during their apparent exchange, proving he was responsible for the news.
The shared image shows a man's hand splayed over a script on a wooden table and claims it was sent in an undated message from Hammer's Instagram account. There is a small tattoo on the man's ring finger.
In particular, Hammer has a similar-looking tattoo on his finger after writing the initials of his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers on his ring finger shortly after their marriage in October 2010.
Henriquez, pictured on a date with a hammer on Aug. 31, later took to Instagram to add, “It takes an army to hide a predator. "Behind every perpetrator is a team of people who work hard to cover up the path."
Henriquez reportedly blocked Hammer on social media shortly after they met in September. It is unclear how long they dated
The couple were still married when 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 also surfaced on Twitter purporting to be documenting Hammer regarding "risky" messages sent to someone in the middle of a "kink-based" relationship.
The clip features the male voice saying, “You were very risky with someone I was in some kind of kinky relationship with, if you will.
"So a lot has been said that most people don't refer to it either." It's kink, its niche, it's fetish – so that's bad.
"If that wasn't bad enough, imagine this: you have sex with someone and you say something in the heat of the moment … when someone comes up to you and says," Oh my god, I heard you said that … "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 nervous."
Hammer done before Similar headlines in 2017 after liking a series of tweets about BDSM sex acts.
In an attempt to prove the authenticity of the messages, the anonymous woman behind the leak has shared a photo allegedly obtained during their alleged exchange with Hammer, which shows a tattoo on his ring finger
Hammer has a similar-looking tattoo on his finger, as seen in the 2020 (left) and 2018 (right) images above.
Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers were still married when the alleged messages from Hammer were apparently sent to the woman
Hammer, best known for his acclaimed role in Call Me By Your Name 2017, has appeared in films such as "Based on Sex," "Sorry to Bother You," and Imminent Death on the Nile in recent years.
DailyMail.com has reached out to 20th Century Fox, behind Death on the Nile, and ViacombCBS, who is developing the proposition to star Hammer, to get a comment on the allegations but have not yet received a response.
In a 2013 interview with Playboy magazine, he broke his “wild” sexual habits with women in previous relationships and told the outlet, “Well, if you're married to a feminist like me, then it's … me don't know how much we can invest here without my parents being embarrassed, but I liked to be a dominant lover.
“I liked the neck and hair grabbing and all that. But then you get married and your sexual appetite changes. And I mean for the better – it's not like I'm suffering in any way. But you can't really pull your wife's hair. It comes 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 termed "over-sharing" for his earlier sexual exploits.
“Let's just say, in retrospect, it's 20/20. Don't drink during an interview, ”he told E! News.
However, in an interview with Elle later that year, he claimed a former girlfriend tried to stab him in bed once.
"A girl tried to stab me while we were having sex," said Hammer. “So I shouldn't be telling this story. She said, "True love leaves scars. You don't have any." And then she tried to stab me with a butcher's knife, ”he added. "Of course I broke up with her immediately … seven months later."
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