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Trailer Watch: Armie Hammer's Cannibalism Allegations, Dark Family History Explored In Docu-Series House Of Hammer

Two of Armie Hammer's alleged victims will be revealing the shocking messages and voice memos they received from him in an upcoming Discovery+ docu-series, House of Hammer.

Trailer Watch: Armie Hammer's Cannibalism Allegations, Dark Family History Explored In Docu-Series House Of Hammer

Armie Hammer is now the subject of a three-part Discovery+ documentary series, House of Hammer, which looks at the accusations against him — which he has strongly denied — including terrifying messages that he allegedly sent to women about his cannibalistic fantasies and sexual fetishes. 

The trailer, released on Wednesday (Aug 10), includes on-camera testimonies from two alleged victims, who also share screenshots of messages and audio recordings they claim to have received from the Death on the Nile actor. 

One such message read: "I am 100 per cent a cannibal. I want to eat you."

In another, Hammer allegedly wrote, “I have a fantasy about having someone prove their love and devotion and tying them up in a public place at night and making their body free use." 

The docu-series — which was also produced by Casey Hammer, the Social Network actor's aunt and granddaughter of oil mogul Armand Hammer —  also examines the Hammer clan. 

“I’m about to reveal the dark, twisted secrets of the Hammer family,” Casey Hammer teases in the trailer.

In 1920, Julius Hammer, the actor’s great-great-grandfather, was convicted of first-degree manslaughter after a jury found him guilty when the wife of a Russian diplomat to whom he gave an abortion died.

Later in 1955, Julian Hammer, the son of Armand Hammer, killed a man inside his Los Angeles home over a gambling debt, but claimed self-defence and the charges were dismissed.

In her 2015 self-published memoir, Surviving My Birthright, Casey Hammer alleged that her father, Julian, sexually abused her when she was a child.

Yes, scandals run in the family. 

The last time we checked, Hammer is reportedly broke and was seen selling timeshares to tourists for a hotel resort in Grand Cayman.

House of Hammer is expected to drop on Discovery+ on Sept 2. The streaming service hasn't launched in Singapore, so you'll just wait until early 2023 when it arrives on Discovery Channel. Watch the trailer here:

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