Armie Hammer made numerous headlines in 2021 after sexual assault allegations were meted out against him. However, Hammer has finally spoken out about the allegations that have followed him for the past two years and claimed that he didn’t rape or sexually assault anyone.

Hammer strongly denied having ever committed any acts of sexual assault, but he does admit to being “emotionally abusive” to some of the women with whom he had sex. Hammer claimed that not only did he feel suicidal, but that he actually took action in February 2021, not long after the news of the allegations broke.

Hammer claimed to have been in the Cayman Islands and attempted to swim as far as he could, hoping, “that either I drowned or was hit by a boat or eaten by a shark. Then I realized that my kids were still on shore, and that I couldn’t do that to my kids.”

As reported earlier, a number of women have accused him of sexually assaulting them while having BDSM sex. The LAPD has been looking into this case for more than a year and a half after one woman, named Effie, allegedly accused him of raping her. According to law enforcement sources, no charges will be brought, but the case is still pending at the LAPD and has not yet been sent to the D.A. for a decision.

Regarding the alleged rape, Hammer stated to Air Mail that it was a “scene” of rape that was fully planned and consensual. Hammer claimed that everything was planned in advance, including meeting at a Starbucks, following her home, entering through the unlocked front door, and having a “consensual non-consent scene.”

“Every single thing was discussed beforehand. I have never thrust this on someone unexpectedly. Never.”

Hammer was questioned about whether he was emotionally abusive to these women. To which he replied, “One million percent.”

“I’m here to admit my own mistakes, take accountability for the fact that I was an asshole, that I was selfish, that I used people to make me feel better, and when that was done, moved on.”

The actor was completely canceled after being dropped by his talent agency, publicist, and film projects. In order to pass the time and earn some money, he spent some time in the Cayman Islands selling timeshares.

Hammer claims that he has put a lot of effort into regaining sobriety and peace, in reference to the events that, in his opinion, set him on a bad course. He claims that a youth pastor molested him when he was 13 years old.

“What that did for me was it introduced sexuality into my life in a way that it was completely out of my control.

I was powerless in the situation. I had no agency in the situation. Sexuality was introduced to me in a scary way where I had no control. My interests then went to, I want to have control in the situation sexually.”

A producer of “Call Me By Your Name,” Howard Roseman, also appeared in the Air Mail article as saying, “All of [the allegations are] just pure bulls**t, and yes, he deserves a second chance.” He referred to the response to Armie’s story as “kink shaming.” Keep an eye on Thirsty For News to get more updates.

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