After the judge learned of the shocking allegations of Armie Hammer‘s (he claimed consensual) dabblements in sexual assault and cannibalism, in a perfect world, Elizabeth Chambers would’ve gotten everything she asked for plus 10% before the ink on her and Armie’s simultaneous divorce filings were dry. But, splitting up Armie’s unpaid AmEx bills and timeshare-selling commission checks must take time because Elizabeth, 40, and Armie, 36, have only just now reached a settlement in their divorce–three years after filing.
Armie Hammer Gave His First Interview Since His Abuse Allegations And Denied Any Criminal Wrongdoing
It’s been two years since Armie Hammer’s adventures in kink quickly went from “haha that brick of boring from Mirror, Mirror is into rope bondage” to brain bleach territory with accusations of abuse, rape, and his alleged hunger for lady ribs. Armie already denied that his relationships with his accusers were anything but consensual. And since then, his Hollywood career ended up in the shit can after he was fired from project after project, his wife Elizabeth Chambers filed for divorce after 10 years of marriage, he spent some time in rehab (paid for by his personal Captain Save A Cannibal Ho, Robert Downey Jr.), and he was investigated by the LAPD over rape allegations. And as of last summer, Armie was trying to support his family by selling timeshares on the Cayman Islands. Well, I guess not many want to get a free prime rib dinner to listen to a 19-hour timeshare presentation from the fallen movie star who allegedly wanted to get his side piece’s ribs surgically removed for him to eat. Because Armie seems to be taking the first step on a “comeback trail” and has given a long ass interview to Air Mail. An interview that seemed to be carefully orchestrated by his PR team to pull in as much sympathy as possible. But wait, does he even have PR tricks anymore?
Back in 2021, Dakota Johnson did an interview and graciously shared with us her opinion on “cancel culture.” 33-year-old Dakota admitted that she felt bad for former controversial co-stars like Johnny Depp (Black Mass), Shia LaBeouf (The Peanut Butter Falcon), and Armie Hammer (2019’s Wounds and The Social Network). She said she’d never experienced abuse from any of these men (then they’re INNOCENT!), and she felt sad “for the loss of great artists.” Yeeeah. Okaaaay. Huuuuh. Anywho, it’s more than a year later, and it sounds like Dakota’s sadness has ceased, and she’s finally moved on to the “joking about Armie Hammer being a cannibal” stage of her grief.
If anyone had been researching “timeshare salesperson” as a lucrative career, it might be time to check that option off of the list–because even though Armie Hammer was working as one in the Cayman Islands for a bit earlier this year after his acting career shit an apartment building full of beds due to his sexual abuse and cannibalism fetish allegations–hawking Cayman condos wasn’t paying his bills (though it was probably more profitable than Death on the Nile at the box office). Now, financial matters are looking even more bleak for Armie, because American Express says that he’s been dodging a $67,000 credit card balance, and they’re taking him to court over it.
Elizabeth Chambers Reportedly Used A Friend’s Email Account To Talk To The Press About Armie Hammer’s Many Issues
If they ever make a movie about the Wagatha Christie story, I know exactly who they should hire to play amateur digital sleuth Coleen Rooney. Armie Hammer’s wife Elizabeth Chambers may not include “actor” in her Instagram bio, but she does call herself a “TVhost/journalist,” and reportedly put those skills to use by borrowing a friend’s email account to contact multiple media outlets “both months before and after news of his extramarital affairs and the allegations of abuse by the actor” to let them know, among other things including leaking shots from his secret Finsta account, that Armie “had abandoned her and their children in Grand Cayman where they were living together during the early months of the pandemic, before their separation, to spend time with actress Lily James.”
According to CNN, Elizabeth’s now former friend contacted them and shared “emails and screen shots of text messages” proving the alleged subterfuge, claiming that she felt things had “gone too far.” If only someone had thought to say that about Armie’s career when he was cast in The Lone Ranger, it would have saved us all a lot of trauma.
Well, it looks like Armie Hammer’s gig as a timeshare sales rep might not last long enough for him to find his picture on a little lunch room plaque that reads Timeshare Employee of the Month. Because Armie has left the Cayman Islands and returned to the United States. According to reports, he and his family landed stateside to get away from all the photographers and journalists who flooded the island in an attempt to get the scoop on Armie’s timeshare job. And now Armie is reportedly living in one of Robert Downey Jr.’s house.