Armie Hammer was out and about in Los Angeles on Tuesday (Oct. 25), a day after American Categorical reportedly filed a lawsuit in opposition to him over an unpaid stability of $66,935.07. Armie, 36, wore a grey t-shirt bearing the likeness of Royce Gracie and a pair of navy blue pants. Armie’s hair gave the impression to be with out product, and he wore a pair of open-toe sandals. His quite a few tattoos had been on show as he walked together with his cellphone in his hand.
The sighting comes a day after PEOPLE obtained courtroom paperwork that reportedly confirmed American Categorical suing Armie over the sixty-six grand he allegedly owes. The bank card firm says the debt is because of purchases, stability transfers, and/or money benefits. Hammer reportedly opened the account in 2011 and just lately owned it together with his now-estranged spouse, Elizabeth Chambers. The information of the debt comes three months after Selection reported that Armie had discovered work promoting timeshares at a lodge within the Caymans “to fill the times and earn cash to assist his household…The fact is he’s completely broke.”
In September, Discovery+ aired Home of Hammer, a three-part documentary in regards to the scandals involving the Hammer household. The sequence centered on the slew of sexual assault allegations made in opposition to Armie. In 2021, a girl named Effie accused Armie of raping her in 2017. Within the documentary, Courtney Vucekovich stated that she underwent a month-long intensive remedy course for trauma and PTSD following her relationship with Armie (who reportedly texted Courtney that he was “100% a cannibal.”) Actress Julia Morrison, who turned the express texts that Armie allegedly despatched into NFTs to boost consciousness of this habits, additionally took half within the documentary. Armie has denied the allegations made in opposition to him.
I used to be reached out to in regards to the documentary a number of instances,” Elizabeth Chambers, 40, stated in late September. “I take into account myself a feminist and on the finish of the day, I additionally stand in solidarity with anybody who has been a sufferer of any kind and hope that they discover that therapeutic as effectively.”
“It was clearly heartbreaking on so many ranges and really painful,” she added. “However on the identical time, it exists and I feel we have to take this second as a second to pay attention and to study and that’s all we are able to do…. It didn’t really feel nice [to watch], particularly whenever you really feel like you might have completed that work, however I imply the ethical of the story is that the work is rarely completed.”