In the House of Hammer trailer, alleged victims of Armie Hammers come forward

In the House of Hammer trailer, alleged victims of Armie Hammers come forward ...

In the first trailer for Discovery+'s new documentary series House of Hammer, Armie Hammers' accused victims have come forward.

The explosive first trailer, released Wednesday by the network, includes footage of two Hammers executives, Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison, who are presenting their horrifying experiences as well as photos of messages and voice notes that the social Network star allegedly sent them.

One claim from Hammer expresses the belief that someone can demonstrate their love and devotion while sticking them up in a public place at night.

Another voice note, supposedly sent by Hammer, is intended to employ more violent imagery.

The memo explains that my wager would involve putting yourself at your place and completely tying you up and incapacitating you, as well as being able to do whatever I wanted to fix every single hole in your body.

Casey Hammers, a Hammers aunt, is shown in the three-part series, which reveals Armand Hammer's granddaughter, who was an oil businessman who made the family fortune.

In the movie, Casey reveals the dark, twisted secrets of the Hammer family.

The star of Call Me By Your Name, 35, has called all of the allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse bullst, while his attorney, Andrew Brettler, has taken a more professional approach in dismissing any misconduct.

In a statement, Mr. Hammer said from day one that all of his interactions with every sexual partner were completely consensual, discussed and agreed upon in advance, and mutually participatory.

Armie, who lives in the Cayman Islands with her wife Elizabeth Chambers and their two children, spent six months in a Florida rehab facility, which was paid for by Robert Downey Jr.

Discovery+ will air House of Hammer on September 2nd.

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