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Armie Hammer uses mannequin to practice tying up women claims actor's ex, calls the relationship "deeply traumatic"

Armie Hammer uses mannequin to practice tying up women claims actor's ex, calls the relationship "deeply traumatic"

"I'm not trying to kink shame at all. But I think that dangerous men [sometimes] use this as like a smokescreen for abusing and hurting women for their own sexual pleasure," the 22-year-old said.

Following the recent claims of cannibalism, actor Armie Hammer has found himself amid controversy once again after his former girlfriend Paige Lorenze opened up about their "deeply traumatic" relationship. The skier-turned-Instagram model in her early 20s revealed that Hammer, 34, had allegedly learned how to tie up women by practicing on mannequins kept in the basement of his Los Angeles home he shared with his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers and their two young children. "It creeped me out, honestly. It was really strange. I'd never even heard of anything like that before," Lorenze told The Sun.



 

An alleged former lover of Hammer, who goes by the name Nastya D on Instagram, also backed the mannequin claims sharing screenshots of shocking messages and photos sent to her by the Rebecca star. According to Daily Mail, Hammer had supposedly sent  Nastya a picture of a mannequin wrapped in red rope with something he called a "leash" coming out of its back.

Lorenze further claimed that her former boyfriend would often tie her up and hit her with paddles during pre-planned "high protocol nights" of agonizing sexual encounters. By the end of it, she would allegedly be covered in bruises. She revealed that her 12-year senior ex would often talk about strangling his dog, Archie. "He would get angry at his dog and say like: 'I'm going to kill this dog, I would have strangled him if you weren't here,'" recalled Lorenze, but also added that she doesn't believe the 34-year-old is capable of harming an animal.

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During their four-month relationship, Lorenze found out that Hammer was "sweet and kind" but also "manipulative." Sharing her experience, she continues, "I think he definitely loved it that I was younger. He always had me wear lingerie and tied me up. I just kind of agreed to it and let it happen, I was just trying to please him. He would say things like, 'I want to bite a piece of your skin off and eat it,' he would bite me so hard. Sometimes it would basically break skin."

Lorenze explained that she simply wanted to protect other women from so-called predators and that was the reason she decided to voice her experiences. "I'm not trying to kink shame at all. But I think that dangerous men [sometimes] use this as like a smokescreen for abusing and hurting women for their own sexual pleasure," she noted. "I am holding him accountable and I think he knows that he's caused a lot of women pain, even if he doesn't want to admit it right now. And there is power in numbers."

Armie Hammer with ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers. The couple were married for 10 years and have two kids together. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

 

"This [situation] is terrible, it's so unfair on his children and I think everyone is just so disgusted and shocked," she added. In an interview with the outlet, Lorenze described Hammer as an out-of-control narcissistic sexual deviant whose wild fantasies could end up "seriously injure another woman." She also provided Daily Mail, a photo of a sickening scar allegedly carved by Hammer just millimeters away from her private region. Apparently, he carved his initial 'A' on her skin before licking the blood from the wound.

Hammer was allegedly fixated on devouring her and would often bite Lorenze's body and would beg her to let him take lumps of her arm flesh to consume. During yet another revolting conversation, Hammer purportedly asked the model to get her ribs removed so he could barbecue them.

"I want Armie to address his demons, see the pain and trauma that he has caused me and other women. He told me there's a whole community that will do this stuff, that it was not criminal. He really thought that his fantasies were normal behavior in the BDSM, non-normative, sexual kink community. I thought that this is what it was. I thought I was safe. But any man who is fantasizing about crushing bones, eating them, having sex with female limp bodies is a danger to all women...His actions and behavior are dangerous and emotionally and psychologically damaging," Lorenze said, as reported by DailyMail.



 

The Call Me By Your Name actor's lawyer eventually provided a statement in the matter categorically denying these allegations. "These assertions about Mr. Hammer are patently untrue. Any interactions with this person, or any partner of his, were completely consensual in that they were fully discussed, agreed upon, and mutually participatory." However, Lorenze noted, "You can be just as traumatized by consensual sex. It's unacceptable that he coerces women into agreeing to let him hurt them."

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