Armie Hammer NOT a suspect in Wonder Valley death investigation after human remains are found despite new online rumors02/08/2021
ARMIE Hammer is not a suspect in a Wonder Valley death investigation despite new online rumors claiming he worked at a construction site located near where human remains were found.
Armie, 34, has been accused of rape and cannibalism fantasies, having “slaves” and more in a series of disturbing messages exposed by Instagram account House of Effie.
On January 31, detectives from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Homicide Division responded when human remains were found in San Bernardino County’s Wonder Valley, close to where Armie worked at a construction site.
The Public Information Officer for the Sheriff's Office exclusively confirmed to The Sun: “Armie Hammer’s name hasn’t come up as a suspect at all. We have no plans to investigate him.
“We have not identified the remains.”
Celebrity Instagram account Deux Moi shared submissions that a shocking story about Armie would be published soon.
The upcoming story is reportedly the reason he was dropped by his agency WME on Friday.
House of Effie then posted: “Holy s**t. I know what’s going to come out. It’s bad. Really bad. Like I’m shaking and feel like I’m gonna throw up bad and I’m w my whole family.
“What he and his friends have done is worse than anything I have posted. Justice will be served.”
Social media users began to speculate the story had to do with the remains found last Sunday.
Account in The Cut tweeted: “This is all alleged with #ArmieHammer until proven otherwise. Remember when Armie suddenly began working in construction mid-pandemic and mid-divorce last year? Suddenly, he was employed, in between jobs, working on a hotel in the middle of the desert.
“In the six months during his employment, 10-15 minutes away from the site, the remains of the three women have been found. We are not conflating the two ideas, but there have been long-standing rumors for awhile.”
Social media accounts began to speculate the remains, which have not been identified, belong to California mom Erika Lloyd, who went missing in June.
Lipstick Alley posted Armie “is allegedly being investigated regarding the disappearance of a California mom who set out for a solo road trip to Joshua Tree National. She has been missing since June 2020. Her car was found abandoned and vandalized.
“The local corner is investigating a case of human remains found in the area in February 2021, but the sheriff’s department will not confirm at this time if the remains belong to her.”
In October 2020, the Call Me By Your Name actor talked about working in construction at a Twentynine Palms property near Joshua Tree National Park, where Erika went missing, over the summer.
He said while on Jimmy Kimmel Live: "I have been productive. I've been really fortunate. I mean look, the world's falling apart, it's the apocalypse, but funny enough, my buddy Ashton [Ramsey] bought an old motel out in the desert.
”It was this kind of abandoned, rundown motel, and I came back from the Cayman Islands where I was during quarantine and I was like, 'Dude, I have nothing to do.' He was like, 'Do you wanna come live with me in this abandoned motel and do construction with me?'"
He also wrote on Instagram in August, tagging Joshua Tree National: "This one of my best friends, Ashton. For the last 2 months or so I have lived with Ashton, worked construction with Ashton, and hiked with Ashton every day. He has been such a good friend (and boss) and has been the most supportive friend anyone could ever ask for. Today might be my birthday, but I just wanna say thank you to @ashtonramsey and say I love you dude."
But Deux Moi seemed to deny the speculation, as the account posted a screenshot from an anonymous source that there is “no way” and people are “reaching.”
In another anonymous screenshot, a person said he or she does not believe the rumors, as he had “girls there the whole time” and that he “wouldn’t have done a whole press thing there if he had killed two people.”
As The Sun readers know, Armie has been involved in a rape fantasy and cannibalism scandal.
Ex-girlfriend Courtney Vucekovich claimed he told her he wanted to “break and eat her ribs.”
She told the DailyMail: “He was really into saying he wants to break one of your ribs and eat it. Like barbecue it and eat it. In terms of the BDSM stuff, he made that pretty clear that it is something he is interested in very early on in the relationship and he referenced breaking my ribs often.”
Armie's ex-girlfriend Paige Lorenze, who he dated last year for four months, claimed to The Sun that he kept mannequins in the basement of his family home to learn how to to tie up women.
She claims he was obsessed with "meat, bones and veins," and wanted her to be proud of the bruises she sustained.
She claimed to The Sun: "He told me that he had mannequins in his basement in his family home that Elizabeth and him were living at to practice rope tying on.
“I'm not trying to kink shame at all. But I think that dangerous men [sometimes] use this as like a smoke screen for abusing and hurting women for their own sexual pleasure.
"I am holding him accountable and I think he knows that he's caused a lot of women pain, even if he doesn't want to admit it right now. And there is power in numbers.”
She added: "I think that this [situation] is terrible, it's so unfair on his children and I think everyone is just so disgusted and shocked.”
Paige also claimed he was into “knife play” and carved the letter "A" into her skin above her pubic bone before licking the bloody wound and "bragging" about it to his friends.
She claimed he also fantasied about having sex with a “limp body."
Armie and his estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers – who share two children – separated last July after 10 years of marriage amid rumors that he had an affair with his Rebecca co-star Lily James.
Earlier this week, Elizabeth responded to the allegations against her ex, saying: "For weeks, I’ve been trying to process everything that has transpired. I am shocked, heartbroken, and devastated.
"Heartbreak aside, I am listening, and will continue to listen and educate myself on these delicate 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, on my work and on healing during this incredibly difficult time."
Armie called the allegations a "vicious online attack" against him.
In the statement, he confirmed reports that he is no longer appearing as a love interest in Jennifer Lopez's new rom-com Shotgun Wedding.
He told TMZ: "I’m not responding to these bulls**t claims but in light of the vicious and spurious online attacks against me. I cannot in good conscience now leave my children for four months to shoot a film in the Dominican Republic.
"Lionsgate is supporting me in this and I’m grateful to them for that.”
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