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Armie Hammer says he’s GRATEFUL for career-ending cannibalism and abuse allegations in most candid interview ever – as he describes his downfall as ‘neutron bomb’ going off

Armie Hammer has revealed he is grateful for the shocking cannibalism and abuse allegations that collapsed his once stellar Hollywood acting career.

The Call Me By Your Name star, 37, who was at the height of his fame, fell from grace when a series of disturbing allegations were made against him by multiple women, who accused him of violent abuse and harboring cannibalistic fantasies.

In February 2021, his ex-girlfriend, Effie Angelova, 26, accused him of “violently” raping and abusing her in 2017. He denied the rape allegations through his lawyer, saying all his sexual encounters were “completely consensual, discussed and agreed. in advance and mutual participation’.

Speaking on the Painful Lessons podcast, the actor said of the scandal: ‘No matter what people said, no matter what happened, I’m at a place in my life now where I’m grateful for every bit of it.

‘I’m at a point now where I’m really grateful for it, because where I was in my life before all those things happened to me, I didn’t feel good, I never felt satisfied, I never had enough, I was never in a place where I was happy with myself and where I had self-respect.

Armie Hammer has revealed he is grateful for the shocking cannibalism and abuse allegations that collapsed his once stellar Hollywood acting career

Armie Hammer has revealed he is grateful for the shocking cannibalism and abuse allegations that collapsed his once stellar Hollywood acting career

‘I never knew how to give myself love. I never knew how to give myself self-affirmation, but I had this job where I could get it from so many people that I never had to learn how to give it to myself.”

When accused of cannibalism – the actor reportedly said in 2021 texts that he was “100% a cannibal” – he added: “People called me a cannibal. Like I ate people! What???? Do you know what you have to do to be a cannibal? You have to eat people!’

Of his downfall, he added: “It was an ego death, a career death. A neutron bomb exploded in my life. It killed [everything]’

His then-wife Elizabeth Chambers split from him in July 2020 – the former couple share two young children.

The star said he had considered suicide during that period, saying: ‘There were many moments when I thought I couldn’t do this anymore. I got hate… so it just went in… there was a time

“I stood on the shore and swam way out and just lay there…a half-hearted suicide attempt…But I thought I couldn’t do that to my children.”

He admitted that his Hollywood career is “nowhere now” and said he is “creating his own sandbox” and plans to write a screenplay.

Hammer admits that his career in Hollywood is “nowhere now” and noted that he is creating his “own sandbox” in which he plans to write a screenplay.

His then-wife Elizabeth Chambers split from him in July 2020 - the former couple share two young children - pictured in 2019

His then-wife Elizabeth Chambers split from him in July 2020 - the former couple share two young children - pictured in 2019

His then-wife Elizabeth Chambers split from him in July 2020 – the former couple share two young children – pictured in 2019

Hammer and ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers' divorce was finalized in June 2023 - they will be seen in 2017

Hammer and ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers' divorce was finalized in June 2023 - they will be seen in 2017

Hammer and ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers’ divorce was finalized in June 2023 – they will be seen in 2017

He has repeatedly denied the allegations, but the fallout from the scandal has virtually wiped out Armie’s Hollywood career.

Several other women came forward and accused Hammer of being interested in kinky sex and even cannibalism in the wake of Effie’s claims.

The star, who first made a name for himself playing the Winklevoss twins on The Social Network, was dropped by his personal publicist and former agency and from multiple projects following the allegations.

Hammer also dropped a role in Jennifer Lopez’s film Shotgun Wedding, but maintained his innocence.

“I will not respond to these nonsense claims, but in light of the vile and spurious online attacks against me, I cannot in good conscience now leave my children for four months to shoot a movie in the Dominican Republic,” he said . said in a statement to DailyMail.

The actor then claimed he tried to commit suicide in the Cayman Islands, where he got a job selling timeshares after the backlash.

He admitted to emotionally abusing his former partners, but blamed his actions on being traumatized by a youth pastor who allegedly sexually abused him when he was thirteen.

Hammer’s former partners Paige Lorenze and Courtney Vucekovich also subsequently accused him of being physically and emotionally abusive while they were together.

Armie has not been charged by the LA County District Attorney and has since made attempts to restart his career.

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