Armie Hammer’s Ex-Girlfriend Comes Forward, Reveals Deeply Disturbing Details About Star — ‘Has A Desire To Hurt Women’

Paige Lorenze, Armie Hammer’s ex, shares Hammer’s “demonic” desires claiming that he shared graphic sexual fantasies including cannibalism, according to Fox News.

Lorenze, 22, is a model and student at Parsons School of Design in New York City.

“Right away he definitely did get into things and had me do things that weren’t my norm. He wanted me to only call him ‘Sir’ or ‘Daddy’ in the bedroom. He’s obviously a very kinky person and he made that very clear to me, but I thought it was going to be fun and safe,” she claimed.

“He was talking about finding a doctor to remove my ribs that I don’t need — the ribs that are on the bottom — and that he had a smoker at his house. He wanted to smoke them and eat them. He wondered how they would taste and he basically was like, ‘I bet you they would taste good.'”

“These assertions about Mr. Hammer are patently untrue. Any interactions with this person, or any partner of his, were completely consensual in that they were fully discussed, agreed upon, and mutually participatory. The stories being perpetuated in the media are a misguided attempt to present a one-sided narrative with the goal of tarnishing Mr. Hammer’s reputation, and communications from the individuals involved prove that,” his attorney, Andrew Brettler said.

“His behavior definitely was cultlike,” Lorenze said.

Lorenzo shared photographs of a scar of the letter “A” she said Hammer cut into her body.

“What I’ve been trying to make known that this whole situation is a good picture of how BDSM and nonformative sexual practices can be a mask for men to hurt women,” Lorenze said.

“I think he really has a desire to hurt women,” she added.

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“He had knives, rope, paddles, clothespins, he would use a wooden spoon — whatever he could get his hands on,” she claimed.

Hammer was “really obsessed with biting and leaving marks on me and bruising me.” She claimed the “Rebececa” star would “always brag” about her bruises and asked her to “show them off.”

Lorenze said she observed Hammer’s family as “very, very Christian.”

“His mother voiced concerns to me about him and his behavior and was worried for him. They’ve probably seen a side of him that was scary, I’m guessing. She was saying that she felt he had lost touch with God,” she said.

“I want to protect other women from this happening again and get more sex education circulating on these types of things,” she said.

Hammer’s controversy began after an anonymous Instagram account named House of Effie shared a series of screenshots showing explicit messages alleged to have been sent from the actor’s Instagram account to a woman.

The unverified messages involve the actor allegedly sharing his desire of twisted sex fantasies with an unknown person, including one message in which he admits to being “100% a cannibal.”

“If I wanted to cut off one of your toes and keep it with me in my pocket so I always had a piece of you in my possession?” the account accuses Hammer of asking an unidentified woman.

“We’re all supporting each other. I’m grateful that I have them,” Lorenze said.

From Fox News:

Writer Jessica Ciencin Henriquez who also reportedly dated Hammer last fall said on Instagram she believes the messages are “real.” Ciencin Henriquez declined to comment when reached by Fox News.

Another woman who claims to have previously dated Hammer is app founder Courtney Vucekovich. In an interview with Page Six, she claimed Hammer also voiced his desire to “break my rib and barbecue and eat it.” Vucekovich did not respond to Fox News’ requests for comment.

Hammer was married to Elizabeth Chambers for 10 years. In July, Chambers announced their split on social media. The former couple shares daughter Harper Grace, 5, and son Ford Douglas Armand, 3.

Ultimately, Lorenze said she’s now working on seeking a therapist to help move on. She also claimed she’s in contact with other “victims” of Hammer’s who’ve voiced similar experiences.