Content warning: This article discusses sexual assault allegations.
Although disgraced actor Armie Hammer was well on his way to becoming one of Hollywood's top leading men, his alleged sadistic sexual fantasies overshadowed his career after several women came forward with abuse allegations. Now, his victims and the general public set out to find the truth in Discovery Plus's three-part docuseries, House of Hammer.
The docuseries, which debuted on Sept. 2, 2022, explores Armie's vile sexual assault allegations and disturbing cannibalistic instincts. At least two of his exes appear in the show to speak their truth.
Speaking of his love life, does Armie Hammer have a girlfriend? Keep reading to find out. Plus, stick around as we break down everything his victims revealed about their experiences in House of Hammer.
Does Armie Hammer have a girlfriend?
As of now, Armie Hammer appears to be single; his last girlfriend was Lisa Perejma, a dental hygienist from Canada. The two began dating in May 2021 but broke up nine months later. A source spoke with The Sun and confirmed they parted ways after Armie completed months of rehab, noting that he wanted to focus solely on his recovery.
In July 2020, Armie Hammer and his then-wife Elizabeth Chambers announced they were separating after nearly a decade of marriage. The deciding factor? Elizabeth received a risqué text message from Armie that was for another woman.
She was aware of his infidelity but had no knowledge of his unsettling kinks until his victims started messaging her after the couple split. According to the Daily Mail, Elizabeth was "shocked and sickened."
One of Armie's ex-girlfriends, Courtney Vucekovich, has been candid about their relationship. Although they dated for a brief period of time — June 2020 to August 2020 — she shed light on his cannibalism in an interview with Page Six.
"He said to me he wants to break my rib and barbecue and eat it,” Courtney told the outlet. "He says, 'I want to take a bite out of you.' If I had a little cut on my hand, he’d like suck it or lick it. That’s about as weird as we got."
In House of Hammer, Courtney shows the extent of the abuse. The show features an image of a bite mark that Armie sent his former lover, which he apparently told her to wear "like a badge of honor."
Although many viewers have taken to social media to say the image is actually a snapshot found online of a bite mark tattoo, Courtney told People that she believes it's a photo of her since she has "dozens of photos depicting his abuse on my body."
Another of Armie's ex-girlfriends and victims, Julia Morrison, exposes him in House of Hammer. The writer is both a witness and victim to his sexual abuse, having auctioned off many alarming texts exchanges between them as NFTs. The messages are incredibly vulgar, with Armie expressing his obsession with sexually enslaving his lovers and his need to be in control.
As for model Paige Lorenze, she said she did not want to participate in the docuseries about her ex-boyfriend and his alleged abuse. During an appearance on the podcast Sofia With an F, the 24-year-old content creator revealed that she refused to be involved because "the situation was traumatic."
If you need support, call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 or visit RAINN.org to chat online one-on-one with a support specialist at any time.