A new Discovery+ docuseries will be about the troubled actor Armie Hammer, who was accused of sexual abuse in early 2021.
The show will also look into his family history. "House of Hammer" is a three-part series that looks into accusations against Hammer,
which he has strongly and repeatedly denied through his lawyers. One of the accusations is that Hammer sent abusive messages to women
about his cannibalistic fantasies and sexual fetishes. Discovery released an explosive trailer on Wednesday.
In it, two of Hammer's alleged victims talk to the camera and show screenshots and audio of messages and voice memos they say they got from the actor.
One alleged message from Hammer says, "I have a fantasy about having someone prove their love and devotion by tying them up in a public place
at night and using their body for free." Hammer is also said to have said in a voice memo, which is played in the trailer, "My bet was that I would come to your house,
tie you up completely, and knock you out so I could do whatever I wanted to every hole in your body until I was done with you."
The documentary also shows a message Hammer allegedly sent to a woman saying that he is "100% a cannibal" and a handwritten note that says,
"I am going to bite the fuck out of you." The documentary was made with the help of Casey Hammer, who is Armie Hammer's aunt and the granddaughter of Armand Hammer,
the businessman whose oil business made the family rich. Before the project was sold to Discovery's streaming service,
Casey Hammer signed a contract with the company. Along with directors Elli Hakami and Julian P. Hobbs, she was officially a consultant.
In the trailer, Casey Hammer says, "I'm about to tell you all the dark, twisted secrets of the Hammer family."
The famous family has had more problems than just the recent one involving Armie Hammer.