Armie Hammer was considered one of Hollywood's favorite actors until last year, when he was accused by various women of a variety of acts - ranging from sexual assault, verbal harassment, mental abuse and even conspiracy to commit cannibalistic acts.
As a result, his participation in a number of film projects in which he was supposed to take part was canceled, including the film "Shotgun Wedding," in which he was to star alongside Jennifer Lopez.
In the past year, the 35-year-old star has refrained from being seen in the public eye, and he even hospitalized himself in May 2021 at a rehab facility to treat his addictions to alcohol, drugs and sex.
He finished treatment last December and has since spent time with his family and ex-wife.
But the trouble does not seem to have ended for the actor, as a documentary series called "House of Hammer" will soon hit the screens, dealing with his wealthy family, and what is described as no less than five generations of problematic conduct on the part of the Hummers.
A documentary special about the alleged crimes of Armie Hammer and his family titled 'HOUSE OF HAMMER' is in the works.
The series examines different scandals over the course of five generations of Armie Hammer's family.
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According to a description in the foreign media, this is a docu-crime series that will present decades of "debauchery, fraud, abuse, addiction and corruption", spread over five generations of men who have "more secrets and scandals than any safe can contain."
The description of the series also reads: "This is a treasure trove of interviews and archive footage of survivors and family members, who are going to reveal a dysfunctional lineage of sons, which demonstrate all the consequences of a privileged life that has lost control."
As of now, no official date has been given for the intriguing documentary, which is described as one that "would make the alleged crimes of Armie Hammer look like the tip of the iceberg."
Armie Hammer in the successful film "Call Me by Your Name",
"Hammer House" is produced by Discovery Plus and ID companies, and is based on an article in last year's Vanity Fair, which dealt with the family's dubious experiences and portrayed its men in a negative light and a host of heinous acts attributed to them.
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