Armie Hammer accuser calls out Elizabeth Chambers for supporting her ex’s ‘healing’

A woman who accused Armie Hammer of sexual assault is now speaking out against the actor’s ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers following an interview in which Chambers said she supported her husband’s efforts to prioritize his “healing”.

Speaking to E! News, Chambers confirmed she’s moved into a “committed relationship” with wellness therapist Ricardas Kazinec, though her divorce from Hammer has yet to be finalized. Still, she pointed out that she and the “Social Network” actor are “in a great place” and “talk all the time” as they learn to co-parent their two children.

“Children need their mother; kids need their dad,” Chambers said. “So there’s nothing we won’t do.” She went on to note that Hammer “has been focused on healing her” and is “here to support that process.”

On Wednesday, however, Hammer’s accuser – identified only as Effie – shared a series of screenshots on her “House of Effie” Instagram account which appear to show messages sent by Chambers encouraging her to go public with her allegations of aggression against Hammer.

“He really is a psychopath,” read one of the posts. “And he’s never been with kids all day. Already.”

In a separate post, Chambers reportedly told Effie she needed Hammer to “leave” the Cayman Islands, where the actor’s family moved as allegations against him continued to mount.

“I forced him to come here via court order to try to be a father and now he poses a risk to them,” the post read. ” He must go. I spent a few days with them, but then drunk/high/violent.

According to People, Effie concluded her series of Instagram Stories — many of which can be found here — with a note that read, “Just a few things to keep in mind before anyone goes on to wish rapists ‘healing.’ “

In an emailed statement to HuffPost, a rep for Chambers dismissed the implication that Chambers urged Effie to come forward.

“Given the extent and nature of the allegations that have been made, Elizabeth has sought to determine the veracity of these allegations. She was very responsive to all parties involved,” the statement read. “The safety and well-being of their children remains her priority.”

Hammer’s professional life was turned upside down last year when ‘House of Effie’ posted screenshots of messages that appeared to have been sent from the actor’s account that included references to violent sexual acts and to cannibalism.

Although Hammer denied these claims, the ensuing controversy prompted him to pull out of a number of high-profile projects, such as Jennifer Lopez’s comedy “Shotgun Wedding” and the Broadway production of “The Minutes.” “.

About two months after the posts were published, Effie came forward at a press conference hosted by her former lawyer, Gloria Allred. She accused Hammer of raping her in 2017 and said the two were in a four-year relationship that ended in 2020.

Soon after, Hammer checked himself into a treatment center to work through issues related to drugs, alcohol, and sex. He has kept a low profile for most of 2022, and in July he was reportedly seen working at a resort in the Cayman Islands.

The accusations made against Hammer by Effie and other women are examined in depth in a Discovery+ docuseries, “House of Hammer,” released last month.



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