Armie Hammer has been spotted with a new “mystery blonde” woman in the Cayman Islands, and it’s almost as though being handsome and wealthy inoculate you from consequences or something.
According to Page Six and its pap shots, on Friday, Hammer was spotted eating out at seafood restaurant Over The Edge Cafe with an as yet unidentified young woman.
An insider told Page Six that Hammer is “codependent” when asked about the photographs with the new woman. “He can’t be alone.”
— Page Six (@PageSix) March 15, 2021
The new photos come in the wake of a series of disturbing allegations that have been levelled at the B-grade actor, including subjecting his partners to emotional and sexual abuse.
Armie Hammer has been living in the Cayman Islands, where he grew up, since COVID-19 hit, initially staying in self-quarantine with his wife Elizabeth Chambers and their two young children.
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He headed back to the US during the pandemic to “escape” his family, which, according to Vanity Fair, was “the final straw in a marriage that had already been tested by infidelity”. That and he apparently accidentally sent a raunchy text intended for one of his “series of short-term girlfriends” to Chambers once he got to the US.
He has since reportedly complained on his private Instagram about the need to travel to the Caymans to see his kids.
He shared a video of a mostly naked woman on a bed to the finsta account in December, writing that one of the “silver linings” of heading back to the Caymans was being able to sleep with the woman he referred to as “Ms. Cayman”.
“It’s quite horrifying, to be honest. [He] walks up and down West Bay Road with no shirt or shoes, without a care in the world. Always boisterous and obnoxious and full of himself.
“No one quite understands,” the source continued. “Especially as Elizabeth raises her kids alone and kills herself to do everything for those children. No one wants him here or understands why he’s not in a facility of some sort.”
Armie Hammer described the stories about him as “bullshit claims” and “vicious and spurious attacks” in January, but has remained quiet since.