What did Armie Hammer's 'cannibal' messages say?

ARMIE Hammer allegedly wrote a series of troubling messages to an unidentified woman – which he has since dubbed as "vicious and spurious online attacks."

The 34-year-old California-born actor has been accused of sending texts about cannibalism, sex acts and "drinking blood" in a string of leaked screenshots.

What did Armie Hammer's 'cannibal' messages say?

A woman claiming she was previously involved with Armie has revealed screenshots of their alleged exchanges via Instagram.

The actor allegedly wrote in one message: "I am 100 per cent a cannibal. I want to eat you."

"I need to drink your blood," the Instagram user said in another exchange. "I'm going to be soooo naughty and kinky with you."

In another shocking message, the user said: "I need to eat your entire body.

"I need to touch every part of you, inside and out. I want to bite pieces off of you."

Another message read: "You just live to obey and be my slave. I will own you. That's my soul. My brain. My spirit. My body.

"Would you come and be my property till you die? If I wanted to cut off one of your toes and keep it with me in my pocket so I always had a piece of you in my possession?"

"I feel like the same way you are on one side of the slave spectrum, I am on the other side of the master spectrum and I can't ever imagine another slave," the actor allegedly added.

"I don't even want one [another 'slave]. I would never feel as strongly. F**k. Too drunk and honest."

Armie also allegedly boasted about how he shot a deer, cut its heart out, and ate it.

He allegedly wrote: "Totally raw, still warm. I'd eat your heart if I wasn't stuck without you after."

Armie's alleged texts were first shared by anonymous Instagram user House of Effie.

The NSFW texts included graphic accounts of sex acts and talks of cannibalism.

It is believed the disturbing messages were sent between 2016 and February 2020 – a time when Armie was still married to his now-estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers.

Did Armie respond to the allegations?

Armie broke his silence on Wednesday to the explosive claims saying he’s a “cannibal” and has “slaves." 

The Social Network star has also been ousted from his upcoming movie, Shotgun Wedding – where he was set to start filming with Jennifer Lopez. 

On Wednesday, Armie told TMZ: "I’m not responding to these bulls**t claims but in light of the vicious and spurious online attacks against me, I cannot in good conscience now leave my children for 4 months to shoot a film in the Dominican Republic.

"Lionsgate is supporting me in this and I’m grateful to them for that,” he added. 

Filming was supposed to begin for Shotgun Wedding, however, sources close to the film told TMZ that they are planning to recast the role.

How is Armie's ex Elizabeth Chambers reacting to the allegations?

Armie's estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, is "going through hell" after his alleged DMs were leaked.

A source close to Elizabeth – who has two kids with Armie – exclusively told The Sun that she feels the actor "no longer values" their family.

They announced they're filing for divorce last July after 10 years of marriage, amid rumors that he had an affair with actress Lily James.

Amid the scandal, an insider told The Sun: "Everything is just so crazy and disturbing right now. Elizabeth is doing the best that can be expected."

The source went on: "Her kids are her number one priority, she has been going through hell and she is just trying to protect them. 

"His behavior is atrocious. 

"She was willing to fight for her family and repair what he readily threw away until it became very clear to her he no longer valued their vows or family."

Meanwhile, Jessica Ciencin Henriquez – who was spotted on a date with the actor in September – claimed the disturbing texts are "real."

Jessica tweeted: "If you are still questioning whether or not those Armie Hammer DMs are real (and they are) maybe you should start questioning why we live in a culture willing to give abusers the benefit of the doubt instead of victims."

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