Elizabeth Chambers, 40, has spoken out against House of Hammer, a new documentary that centers on accusations of sexual assault against her estranged husband Armie Hammer, 36, in an interview with E! News published on September 21. “I consider myself a feminist and, at the end of the day, I also stand in solidarity with anyone who has experienced a sexual abuse of any kind and hope that they recover as well,” Elizabeth added.
Elizabeth and Armie were separated after ten years of marriage in July 2020. A few months later, Armie became embroiled in controversy as several women came forward with stories of sexual assault. Two of the alleged victims, Julia Morrison and Courtney Vucekovich, told their stories in House of Hammer on discovery+. Elizabeth admitted to E! News that she wanted to see the three-part documentary with her "support system."
"It was obviously heartbreaking on so many levels and very distressing," she said. "But at the same time, it exists, and I think we need to take this moment as a moment to listen and learn, and that's all we can do." The Game Plan actress admitted to being "surprised" by what she saw in the documentary.
Elizabeth said she's still in touch with Armie as they co-parent their daughter Harper, 7, and son Ford, 5, because kids need their mothers and dads. "It's not until you've got everything, but you're in a fantastic place," she said.
House of Hammer is released on September 2 and includes shocking allegations concerning Armie's alleged behavior. His aunt Casey Hammer also appears and sheds further light on the Hammer family's troubled past, which includes Armie's grandfather Julian Hammer and his great-grandfather Armand Hammer.
Armie has vehemently denied all charges against him. In the House of Hammer documentary, he did not state his side of the story.