Armie Hammer’s acting career came to a standstill after allegations of sexual abuse and assault were made public over the past few years, and now… Call me by your name The actor is pursuing a whole new (and less expensive) way of making money. Every Diversity, The one-time star is currently selling a stake in the Cayman Islands, at Morritt’s Luxury Resort.
“He was working at the resort and selling timeshares. He is working in a small room,” said a source Diversity. “The reality is he’s completely down and trying to make ends meet and earn money to feed his family.”
When this fact first surfaced on the Internet a week ago, it quickly turned into nothing more than a rumor, as television writer and producer Muna Mire shared a story describing Hammer as the main character. tour guide at a resort where their friend is. parents were in. “I am your personal concierge and here to help you get the best out of your vacation,” was written next to a photo of Hammer; Vendors also tout coupons for swimming with dolphins and deep-sea fishing.
Ironically, it was Diversity first officially revealed the news, writing that Hammer was indeed a guest of that hotel and that the cameraman was made as a joke by an employee who became friendly with the actor. Andrew Brettler, Hammer’s attorney, also said the plane was not real.
But on July 9, TMZ reported that Hammer was in fact selling time share. The actor has been in the Cayman Islands for much of the COVID-19 pandemic, initially living with his wife and children, and remains there even though the two filed for divorce in July 2020.
And after that Diversity Their source further explained that Hammer had previously managed an apartment complex nearby and was in the area so he could be close to his children, who continue to reside in the Cayman Islands with his mother. of them. Every Diversity, a source at the hotel, who initially denied Hammer was working there, later retracted and said he To be sells timeshares, but the hotel is trying to protect its controversial employee.
Hammer has a long history with the area. He spent several years of his childhood in the Cayman Islands and attended Grace Christian Academy before returning to California. According to one Hollywood Reporter records, Hammer’s father moved the family there for tax benefits after seeing Tom Cruise’s legal thriller The firm, was filmed on location on Grand Cayman. As Armand Hammer’s grandson, Armie comes from considerable wealth, but Diversity reported that he was “off the family payroll” and needed to support himself financially, hence the time-sharing gig.
Since news of his abuse allegations, as well as strange stories of aggressive sexual fantasies and cannibalistic fetishism, has become apparent, the star’s screen career This 35-year-old was having a hard time. This year, he appeared in Kenneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile remake, though its trailer tried to avoid highlighting that fact. (Production was completed before the Hammer scandal broke.) He was fired by Hollywood management company WME in February 2021, lost many of his film jobs, and was replaced by Noah Reid. in a prominent role on Broadway last fall.
https://www.gq.com/story/armie-hammer-selling-timeshares-cayman-island Armie Hammer Is in the Cayman Islands, Selling Timeshares