As Armie Hammer’s career continues to crater following the release of DMs allegedly detailing cannibalistic fantasies, the Call Me by Your Name star moved out of his Hancock Park home while his neighbors slept last week, the New York Post reports.
Hammer, 34, and his estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, found a buyer for their three-story Tudor last month, though only after cutting their initial $5.8 million asking price by $800,000, and sources say that when Hammer finally quit the residence he did it under cloak of darkness.
“Trucks and a gaggle of movers descended on the property, working well after midnight and lit only by flashlights,” a neighbor of the gated property told the Post. “We like to keep drama to the minimum in the neighborhood, but it was already weird that the house sat on the market for months while other houses around here sold like hotcakes.”
Hammer and Chambers, 38, put the stately seven-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion up for sale for $5.8 million in September, shortly after announcing they were breaking up after ten years of marriage. A month later they brought their ask down to $5.3 million and cut another $300,000 off that price tag in December.
Since the scandal—in which women have accused Hammer of waxing excitedly about the prospect of drinking their blood, eating their body parts, and, according to one former girlfriend, engaging in real-life “knife play”—he has stepped away from a starring role opposite Jennifer Lopez in Lionsgate’s Shotgun Wedding and left the cast of the Paramount+ series The Offer, as well as being dropped by WME.
Although sources told Variety that he was asked to part ways with both productions, upon leaving Shotgun Wedding Hammer said in a statement, “I’m not responding to these bullshit 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.”