Armie Hammer

Previously, the actor had declined to comment on the controversy that has engulfed his "Call Me by Your Name" co-star for the past two years.
Allegations of sexual violence from women early in 2021 derailed Hammer’s career, and he has not worked in Hollywood since.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said there wasn't enough evidence to charge the "Call Me By Your Name" actor.
The actor also spoke out about the sexual abuse allegations against him.
The “Fifty Shades of Grey” actor kicked off the Sundance Film Festival with a shocking joke.
The actor was greeted with "gasps and giggles" for her remarks about the "Call Me By Your Name" star.
Hammer inherited most of the late industrialist Armand Hammer's $40 million fortune.
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Mikey Day, who portrayed Adam Levine, made X-rated remarks as he discussed one woman's pictures.
The woman, identified only as Effie, hinted in social media posts that Chambers had encouraged her to come forward — which Chambers denied.
The TV personality says the former couple are in a “really great place” despite multiple women alleging sexual abuse by the actor.