Armie Hammer is on the move.
The 34-year-old actor was recently spotted in the Cayman Islands – his first time he’s been seen publicly since being charged with rape last month.
The star looked rather relaxed in a gray T-shirt and gray shorts with a short haircut.
The Cayman Islands are said to be where Hammer’s wife Elizabeth Chambers awaited the coronavirus pandemic with their 6-year-old daughter Harper and 4-year-old son Ford.
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Despite being in the Cayman Islands, Chambers, 38, has been rather silent about her husband’s scandal.
“I’m focused on healing, my daughters and my work,” she said on her Instagram story in April. “Lots of things I wanted to share, but I don’t feel good [at the moment]. »
Hammer also hinted that he had another romantic contact in the area, once stating on his private social media that he was eager to see “Miss Cayman” next to a photo of a scantily clad woman.
The post was denounced by the Miss Cayman Islands universe committee, prompting the actor to apologize.
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Hammer’s public outing comes just under two months after he was publicly accused of raping and abusing a woman. He is currently at the center of an investigation by the Los Angeles Police Department.
The woman and her lawyer Gloria Allred held a press conference last month in which she claimed the actor raped her on April 24, 2017 in Los Angeles.
The woman says the assault lasted more than four hours and that she tried to escape “but he wouldn’t let me.” She also alleged that Hammer abused her “mentally, emotionally and sexually” throughout their relationship which lasted between 2016 and 2020, after meeting him on Facebook.
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“He became more and more violent,” said the woman, now 24. “I thought he was going to kill me. … He then left without worrying about my well-being. “
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She said that after the alleged attack she was “traumatized” and was “in emotional distress and had lost interest in living”.
Hammer, through his attorney, denied the allegations in a statement to Fox News.