As the saying goes, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
After bouts of allegations about sexual assault, nonconsensual BDSM, physical, emotional abuse, and cannibalism, American actor Armie Hammer and his story are once again brought into light in the upcoming docuseries House of Hammer.
In the trailer for the Discovery+ series, two of the disgraced actor's public accusers, Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison, open up about the abuses they survived at the hands of Armie.
The women described the 35-year-old as charming at first but began pushing boundaries. The trailer showed disturbing messages and voice notes from Armie, including one where he texted that he's "100% a cannibal" and a photo of a handwritten note that read "I am going to bite the f*ck out of you."
But that was just the tip of this horrific iceberg.
In a shocking turn of events, Armie's aunt, Casey Hammer, revealed that his abusive behavior was something passed down through his family.
"If you believe about making deals with the devil, the Hammers are top of the totem pole," she said in the trailer. "Every generation of my family has been involved in dark misdeeds and it just gets worse and worse and worse."
Armie's great-great grandfather, Julius Hammer, was convicted of first-degree manslaughter in 1920. In 1995, Armie's grandfather Julian killed a man in Los Angeles over a gambling debt.
Casey also self-published a book in 2015, titled Surviving My Birthright, alleging she was sexually abused by her father Julian as a child.
Meanwhile, Armie's fall from grace began in 2021 when women posted messages on social media that were allegedly from him. In the screenshots, he allegedly described his canibalistic fetishes.
The Call Me By Your Name actor denied these sexual abuse allegations, and in the wake of it, he was replaced in several projects. Armie reportedly left Los Angeles and is selling timeshares in the Cayman Islands.
House of Hammer premieres on Discovery+ on Sept. 2.