Last year, Armie Hammer was accused of cannibalism and rape by a series of his former accomplices. Since then, much has been said about the dark background of the actor’s family. In an interview with UOL Universa, published today (31), Casey Hammer, the star’s aunt, spoke about the allegations, as well as the abuse she experienced in childhood, which will be explored in the documentary series “House of Hammer: Family Secrets,” about to debut. at Discovery+.
The production, in which Casey served as a consultant, reveals that all the men in the Hammer family will have a disturbing past of violence. In three episodes, the series recalls complaints against the “Call Me By Your Name” star, which erupted after a statement from Effie, who maintained a relationship with the actor for four years. The woman reported that he violently raped her for four hours in a row while Hammer hit her head against a wall, leaving her covered in bruises.
Armi’s aunt told the outlet she was not surprised when allegations of cannibalism, sexually explicit content, violent situations and disturbing sexual fantasies, including requests to drink their partners’ blood, were revealed about her nephew. “My mom died 14 years ago, and up until that point, she was trying to keep us together, like a dysfunctional family. When she died, we went our separate ways. I don’t have anything to do with Armie.” [No entanto] I wasn’t shocked when I started seeing him in the media because of his bad behavior. I’m not too shocked by my personal experiences and the way I was raised in my family. There have been generations of abusive men.” lamented.
Casey noted that ARMY’s offer prompted her to seek justice for what she and others suffered at the hands of her family. “For me, as soon as it became public, we had to hold the perpetrators accountable and put an end to it. We have come to the limit. I have been saying this for 61 years, that I see the behavior in my family. It is time to stop.” announced.
While Hammer was relieved to see the truth come out, he was frustrated with the way the case was having repercussions in the press. “Even as the victims started speaking out, the media and headlines focused on ARMY’s career, but they should have focused on the victims. They are the ones who come to terms with what happened with the scars of sexual, physical, mental and emotional abuse. They have gone through mind control and manipulation. They were strong and strong women, By talking about what they went through on the show, they help show other victims that they are not alone.” Aunt attached.
Disappointment was the driving force of the documentary series, which exposes the victims’ conversations with Hammer, in which he admits that he is “100% cannibal” and claims that he wants to “barbecue” with the rib of one of his affairs. . The episodes also feature horrifying testimonials from two of Armie’s ex-girlfriends: Courtney Vukovic, founder of beauty app Flashd, and artist Julia Morrison.
Abuse at the hands of the father
For the interior designer, reports of her nephew’s victims were a catalyst, reminding her of all the abuse she suffered as a child. Casey specifically remembered an episode in which she found pictures of her father having sex with other women when she was a child. “I’m sure it’s hard to see what’s on the show for anyone. (…) I watched it, and even knowing what I experienced in my family, as an adult, I review it and feel the triggers and traumas. I can’t believe when I was a kid I would let my parents film a phone book while I was carrying it.” lamented. “Growing up, we were surprised by how insistent we were in a toxic relationship because we are looking for someone’s love to check our existence. Very sad. I am here to tell my story so the victims do not feel lonely.”said the designer.
According to Casey, her father, Julian Hammer, raped her. It was alleged that other members of his family were abused by him. I say this in the book I wrote, Surviving My Office Right. (In the literal translation, “surviving the law of my family”). It’s still very difficult to talk about and something I’m looking for help to deal with. You see in the series when we talk about rape scenes. The situation becomes so real that it clicks and you realize that, yes, it’s real life. The smallest things eventually become triggers. Show me that I need help or I can’t stand my being in this world anymore. I chose to request support.He confessed.
Thirsting for justice, Casey cemented that movements like “me too” [protesto contra o assédio sexual e a agressão sexual em Hollywood] You must go beyond movie sets. “Aggressors are trying to isolate and manipulate you until you feel that everything is your fault and that you do not have the power. It is time to hold the rich and powerful men responsible for it.”indicated. “When the Me Too movement came out, it was focused on the work environment, but we need one of these for family environments. Abusers must be held accountable. Your parents are born and say they love you, but that doesn’t mean they can do whatever they want in your life. You have the right to be Choose and say no, put an end to it, and demand dignity and respect.”he completed.
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