Hammer’s Family Sins Revealed In A New Series
Armie Hammer’s family will get depicted in a true-crime special from DiscoveryPlus.
The streaming services’ new series is called House of Hammer, most referred to the generation-filled sins that the family has gone through. Latest, Armie Hammer has been through some stuff. The special intends according to a press release to show a trove of archives and interviews from survivors and family members.
It also promise to explore Hammer’s criminal past:
“Dysfunctional dynasty with its male character exhibiting all the devastating consequences of privilege gone wild”
Armie Hammer’s great-great-grandfather, Dr Julius Hammer was 1919 convicted of first-degree manslaughter. Hammers’ relatives have also had a close bond with Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin. The family has even laundered money, bribing their way into the oil business.
Hammer’s father had a close relationship with U.S. Republican President Richard Nixon, and the actor himself has been accused by many women, of violent raping. The actor himself has also sent text messages including sexual fantasies, rape, and cannibalism. One of the latest films Hammer was Death on the Nile (2022), by Kenneth Branagh.
It’s not revealed when it will premiere.