Armie Hammer accuser calls out Elizabeth Chambers for supporting ex-husband

One of Armie Hammer’s sexual assault accusers disputes a recent interview with his ex-wife.

The woman known as Effie sparked controversy in March 2021 when she made rape allegations against Hammer. After several women came forward with their allegations of sexual abuse and violence by the actor, the LAPD opened an investigation. Since then, he has moved away from the public spotlight.

The move came after his wife, Elizabeth Chambers, filed for divorce in 2020.

Effie is now calling Chambers out for comments she made about her ex-husband in a new interview with E!News.

Speaking about the state of her relationship with Hammer, the TV personality said they were in the “right place”.

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“Our divorce is not finalized. But we are really in a great place. We talk all the time,” she explained. “We are fully and completely committed to our children and being together as much as possible. unromantic way for our kids. Kids need their mommy; kids need their daddy. So there’s nothing we won’t do.

Chambers said her ex was “focused on her recovery” and was there to offer support.

“I am here to support this process. It’s going to make him the best father, the best person he can be. Ultimately, that’s the point,” she continued. “We’re in constant communication and all that matters is that he’s the best dad to our kids. Obviously he treats everything else he deals with personally – and that’s his own journey. now.

The two exes share Harper, 7, and Ford, 4.

In now-deleted Instagram Stories, Effie shared screenshots of texts between herself and presumably Chambers, calling for a different attitude towards Hammer.

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People reported that the first screenshot showed a text she received that encouraged her to go public with her story. “I get a copy of the NDA he used and I believe there is an error in it which would render it null and void. As soon as I confirm, can you post?” a message purportedly from Chambers read.

Another message told her to “stay focused” on “recording the stories”. Not just the Internet.

In response to another supposed post from Chambers that asked her about her legal representation, Effie replied, “I’m feeling a little suicidal and I don’t have time for that, sorry.”

In a direct reference to the interview, Effie ended her series of stories with the words, “Just a few things to keep in mind before anyone else goes on wishing rapists ‘healing’.”

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