“This is a question worthy of great conversation”
Timothée Chalamet was asked about the rape allegations against Armie Hammer in a new interview, with the actor refusing to give a “partial response.”
Chalamet, who starred alongside Hammer in the Oscar-winning romance drama call me by your name, was questioned by Time magazine about the allegations.
Back in March, a woman identified as Effie claimed that Hamer “violently raped” her in April 2017 and committed “other acts of violence” against her without consent.
Hammer, through his lawyer, has denied all rape and abuse allegations against her, claiming that “all his conversations with her” [Effie] – and every other sexual partner of hers for that matter – has fully consented, discussed and agreed upon in advance”.
The subject of Hamer’s allegations was brought before Chalamet. TimeKey cover story, with author Sam Lansky writing: “[Chalamet] Dimmers when asked about co-star Armie Hammer, who has denied the widely publicized allegation of rape.
“‘I totally understand why you’re asking,’ [Chalamet] Say, ‘But this is a question worthy of great conversation, and I don’t want to give you a partial response.'”
Prior to the rape allegations, Hammer was involved in a controversy involving screenshots that allegedly showed the actor delivering explicit material messages about his sex life on Facebook and Instagram in private.
Hammer was fired by his agency WME after the controversy, and dropped out of two film projects. shotgun wedding And Proposal From Paramount+.
The actor issued a statement after his departure from shotgun wedding, which read: “I am not responding to these nonsense claims, but in light of the vicious and fake online attacks against me, I am in good conscience now to send my children to the Dominican Republic for four months to shoot a movie Can’t leave
“Lionsgate is supporting me in this, and I am grateful to them for that.”