Armie Hammer has been consistently shrouded in controversy in the last few years. The serious allegations against Hammer have left him with no job prospects in Hollywood. Recently, Hammer resurfaced in Los Angeles, more than a year after his self-inflicted banishment.
Page Six reported, the “Call Me by Your Name” star was photographed Monday standing casually outside of Great White restaurant in Venice, Calif. Armie was wearing rolled-up gray pants, a graphic T-shirt and flip-flops. He held a face mask in one hand and a glass bottle of Pellegrino in the other.
It marks Hammer’s first appearance on US soil since he relocated to the Cayman Islands after his “cannibal” scandal. Armie has been in L.A. with estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers and their two kids, Harper and Ford, for a couple of weeks, staying at Robert Downey Jr.’s house.
As we reported earlier, last week that the “Avengers” star, 57, has been financially supporting Hammer and even footed the bill for his six-month stay in a Florida rehab center throughout his scandal. Armie was accused of raping a woman known as Effie and even footed the bill for his six-month stay in a Florida rehab center.
While the well may have run dry for Armie following the “cannibal” scandal that landed him in rehab, the Hammer family continues to live high on the hog thanks to great-grandad Armand. He established himself as a billionaire oil tycoon in the 1950s with Occidental Petroleum, running the company from 1957 until his death in 1990. Stay tuned to Thirsty for further updates.
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