Armie Hammer’s Cayman Islands Connection: Is the actor really selling tropical timeshares?

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Armie Hammer is reportedly “totally broke” following the sexual abuse and cannibalism fantasy controversy he faced in 2021.

Hammer is reported to have resurfaced selling timeshares in a hotel in the Cayman Islands. The news, which has not been confirmed by Hammer himself, first made headlines after a brochure from Morritt’s Resort in Grand Cayman with a photo of Hammer was shared on social media.

The hotel has insisted that Hammer does not work there, but said the actor sometimes stays.

However, Variety is now reporting that the photo is of Hammer and that he is selling timeshares.

Armie Hammer was seen on June 29 making his way to a Cayman Islands resort office, as the disgraced actor was believed to be selling timeshares at Morritt’s Resort.


“He’s working at the resort and selling timeshares. He’s working out of a cubicle,” a source told Variety. “The reality is that he is totally broke and is trying to fill the days and make money to support his family.”

Hammer is the great-grandson of oil tycoon Armand Hammer, but the source told Variety that he is not on the family’s payroll.

Hammer’s attorney can’t confirm if the actor is working at the resort, telling Entertainment Weekly, “I can’t confirm or deny because Armie hasn’t addressed it.”

“I just think it sucks that if you sell timeshares, the media shames you for having a ‘regular job.’ What is the story here?”

A representative for Hammer did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

Hammer's attorney could neither confirm nor deny whether the actor was selling timeshares.

Hammer’s attorney could neither confirm nor deny whether the actor was selling timeshares.
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Armie Hammer’s connection to the Cayman Islands

Hammer has a long history with the Cayman Islands. The “Death on the Nile” star moved there at the age of 7 and lived there with his family for five years.

Hammer and his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers ended up quarantining together in the Cayman Islands throughout 2020. The actor previously explained that he nearly lost his mind during the lockdown, which he characterized as “draconian” in an interview with GQ.

“I think, to be honest, I was very close to completely losing my mind. I felt completely powerless,” he told the outlet. “I felt so intensely trapped, like a wolf that got caught in a trap and wants to bite its own foot off. I was like, ‘I can’t do this. Get me out of here.'”

Chambers still lives in the Cayman Islands with the couple’s two children.

Armie Hammer’s wife filed for divorce

Chambers filed for divorce in July 2020 after 10 years of marriage. She cited “irreconcilable differences” in the court filing. Months later, Hammer was embroiled in controversy.

The BIRD Bakery founder broke her silence on the allegations against Hammer in February 2021.

The allegations against Hammer came to light in 2021, months after his ex-wife, Elizabeth Chambers, filed for divorce.

The allegations against Hammer came to light in 2021, months after his ex-wife, Elizabeth Chambers, filed for divorce.
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“For weeks I have been trying to process everything that has happened. I am shocked, heartbroken and devastated,” Chambers wrote on Instagram at the time. “Distress aside, I am listening, and will continue to listen and educate myself on these sensitive matters. I didn’t realize how much I didn’t know.”

She added: “My sole focus and attention will continue to be on our children, my work and healing during this incredibly difficult time. Thank you for all the love and support, and thank you in advance for your continued kindness and respect.” , and consideration for our children and myself as we find ways to move forward.”

Chambers started dating again amid the divorce around August 2021, a source confirmed to People magazine.

Hammer and Chambers share two children, Harper Grace and Ford Douglas Armand.


Armie was charged with sexual assault and sharing sexual fantasies related to cannibalism.

In January 2021, Hammer was embroiled in controversy after several women accused him of sharing sexual fantasies with them involving cannibalism.

The first allegation came from the anonymous House of Effie Instagram account. Unverified screenshots allegedly showed messages sent by Hammer to an unidentified woman detailing acts of BDSM and admitting the actor was “100% cannibalistic.”

The screenshots prompted several women to come forward with similar experiences.

Paige Lorenze, the actor’s ex-girlfriend, claimed that Hammer had a desire to smoke and eat his ribs, which was “definitely disturbing”.

“He was talking about finding a doctor to remove the ribs that I don’t need, the ribs that are on the bottom, and that he had a smoker in his house. He wanted to smoke them and eat them,” Lorenze told Fox. Digital News. “He wondered how they would taste, and basically said, ‘I bet they’ll taste good.'”

The app’s founder, Courtney Vucekovich, who also claimed to have dated Hammer, told the media a similar story.

Vucekovich told Page Six that Hammer wanted to “break [her] rib and roast and eat it.

Another alleged ex-girlfriend, writer Jessica Ciencin Henríquez, did not reveal any details about her relationship with Hammer, but stated on Instagram that she believes the messages shared by the anonymous account are “real.”

Hammer denied the accusations and claimed that any sexual interaction he had was

Hammer denied the allegations, stating that any sexual interactions he had were “consensual”.
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Hammer denied the allegations at the time.

“These claims about Mr. Hammer are patently false. Any interactions with this person, or any associates of theirs, were completely consensual in the sense that they were fully discussed, agreed upon and mutually participatory,” Hammer’s attorney told Fox News Digital.

“The stories being perpetuated in the media are a misguided attempt to present a one-sided narrative with the aim of tarnishing Mr. Hammer’s reputation, and communications from those involved prove it.”

In March 2021, Hammer became a suspect in a sexual assault investigation after a woman accused him of raping her in 2017.

“He repeatedly hit my head against the wall and bruised my face. She also committed other acts of violence against me that I did not consent to, ”she alleged during a press conference.

The woman also alleged that Hammer abused her “mentally, emotionally and sexually” throughout their relationship, which allegedly began in 2016 after the two met on Facebook.

Hammer also denied those allegations.

“From day one, Mr. Hammer has maintained that all of his interactions with [the woman] — and all other sexual partners of his — have been fully consensual, discussed and agreed upon in advance, and mutually participatory,” he said in a statement through his attorney.[The woman]’s attention-seeking and ill-advised legal offer will only make it harder for real victims of sexual violence to get the justice they deserve.”

Armie Hammer’s career fell apart

Despite denying the allegations, Hammer was dropped by his agency, WME, and dropped from various projects.

Hammer had been in the Lionsgate film “Shotgun Wedding,” starring Jennifer Lopez. Amid the accusations, it was reported that his role would be recast.

“Armie has requested to step away from the film and we support him in his decision,” a spokesperson for the production said in a statement to Fox News Digital.

His role in “Gaslit” was also recast.

On top of that, Hammer dropped out of his role in “The Offer,” a movie about the making of “The Godfather.” The actor had been cast in the lead role of Al Ruddy.

Hammer spent time in a rehab center focusing on his problems with drugs, alcohol and sex in 2021, according to his attorney.

Hammer spent time in a rehab center focusing on his problems with drugs, alcohol and sex in 2021, according to his attorney.
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He spent time in a treatment center.

Hammer spent an undisclosed amount of time in a treatment center in Florida. The actor was first reported to have sought treatment for problems with drugs, alcohol, and sex in May 2021.

By December, the “Call Me By Your Name” actor was reported to have left the facility, though his departure date was never given.

“I can confirm that Mr. Hammer has left the treatment center and is doing very well,” Hammer’s attorney told Fox News Digital at the time.

Now, Vanity Fair is reporting that a source told them that Robert Downey Jr. was the prop behind Hammer’s treatment. The actor reportedly paid for Hammer to spend six months at the boarding house.

If you or someone you know is experiencing abuse, please contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673.

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