The unverified messages — shared and amplified by the account @houseofeffie — appear to show Armie talking about disturbing topics, like cannibalism, drinking blood, and rough sex/rape fantasies.
Since these allegations have surfaced, Armie’s ex Courtney Vucekovich — who dated Armie from June 2020 to October 2020 — has spoken out. “He said to me he wants to break my rib and barbecue and eat it,” she told Page Six.
And now, Armie Hammer’s other ex, Paige Lorenze, has too. On Friday, the 22-year-old model spoke with DailyMailTV and revealed more disturbing details about their relationship, which she described as “a real-life 50 Shades Of Grey without the love.”
“I had bad bruises all over me when we were together. I was left with marks from him using a paddle. I was his own real-life Christian Grey fantasy,” Paige said.
Paige — who dated Armie for four months in late 2020 — said that on the first night they spent together, Armie had her watch the movie Secretary with Maggie Gyllenhaal. “He wanted me to relate to her emotional problems in the way she finds purpose in life through a dominant partner and BDSM.”
Paige said their nights together soon escalated to what he called “high protocol nights,” where they would engage in “darker” sexual experiences.
“There were teeth marks and bite marks all over me. He was completely obsessed with biting me. He told me ‘be proud as they were just love bites,’” Paige said.
“Once, he said, ‘If you did not tell me to stop I would eat a piece out of you.’ And he was serious too. It was like he actually wanted to eat my flesh away.”
“He wanted to find a doctor in LA, so that he could remove one of my ribs, as ‘you do not need it’ and then barbecue it and eat it while I watch,” she said. “He said that more than once. He was very serious.”
Paige also described in harrowing detail how Armie carved an A into her:
He would love to do knife play, where he would wave the blade above me or glide it across my skin. He was obsessed with it, and usually he did not cut me. However, that night he decided he wanted to brand me as his property and carve his name on my body. He tried to rationalize it as his gesture of his commitment to us being together for the long-term. I wasn’t sure he was serious, as he looked over my body and said: ‘Where should I carve an A on you?’ Before I could process it, he plunged the tip of the knife into my flesh just above my vagina. The pain was excruciating, but I did not want to seem weak, despite the discomfort. I froze as he smiled at his work. He then said the cut was not deep enough, even though it was about an inch – the whole tip of the blade. He said he wanted to collect a kitchen knife to make it bigger, but then as it bled, he started licking it. This continued for a few minutes. And I kind of blanked it all out. I was concerned that the wound was going to get infected. I had to clean it and put a bandaid on afterwards.
Paige said Armie knew she was upset about the wound. “He knew I was upset, but did not say sorry. The next day he even told people about what he had done. I was upset, embarrassed, and humiliated, but he insisted: ‘You should be proud of it. I would not tell anyone who did not think it was awesome.’”
“I rationalized it with his logic of us being a couple, to mask the truth – but I was completely manipulated,” she added. “It’s humiliating as it will haunt me forever. I will have laser treatment to get rid of the scar.”
“I want Armie to address his demons, see the pain and trauma that he has caused me and other women,” Paige said. “This is not me kink-shaming — I want that to be clear.”
“His actions and behavior are dangerous and emotionally and psychologically damaging. He is saying people are kink- shaming him and should not comment on his sex life, but BDSM is a smoke screen for him wanting to hurt women. You can be just as traumatized by consensual sex. It’s unacceptable that he coerces women into agreeing to let him hurt them.”
Armie’s lawyer responded to Paige’s interview in a statement to DailyMail, saying, “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.”
You can read the full interview with Paige here.