The house Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers shared while married has been slashed by a colossal $800,000 since it was first listed, The Post can exclusively report.
According to Los Angeles property records, the Hancock Park home went on sale for $5.8 million in September following the couple’s separation. Nearly three months later, on Dec. 7, the property was valued at just $4.99 million.
Hammer, 34, and Chambers, 38, moved into the seven-bedroom, six-bathroom home only two years prior, in January 2019. The 6,275-square-foot home is a three-story English Tudor and features a wood-paneled library with a fireplace, a master bedroom with a sauna and spa area, and a double-height living room with a beamed ceiling. The backyard includes a pool, a second spa and a waterfall.
Despite the price cut, the home has yet to receive an offer, all but minimizing their effort to profit off the sale. This news only adds to the pile of trouble that has plagued Hammer amid his alleged graphic sexting scandal.
Chambers filed for divorce from the “Call Me by Your Name” actor back in July following 10 years of marriage. A month later, Chambers filed for sole custody of their two children.
Reports suggest that Chambers was motivated to file for divorce after discovering “passionate texts” on Hammer’s phone in the fall of 2019. This was around the same time he finished filming “Rebecca” in which he co-starred with Lily James.
This past week, screenshots began circulating on social media of sexually explicit direct messages allegedly sent by Hammer. They include calling himself “100% a cannibal” and fantasizing about drinking a woman’s blood. In another supposed Hammer DM, he writes of wanting to cut off a woman’s toe to keep in his pocket.
“He said to me he wants to break my rib and barbecue and eat it,” Vucekovich told Page Six.
The scandal has since forced the actor to step away from a film he was in the books to star in alongside Jennifer Lopez. In a statement to E! News, the actor refused to comment specifically on the texts, but explained his decision to step away from the film, “Shotgun Wedding.”
“I’m not responding to these bulls–t claims, but in light of the vicious and spurious online attacks against me, I cannot, in good conscience now, leave my children for four months to shoot a film in the Dominican Republic,” Hammer said in the statement. “Lionsgate is supporting me in this and I’m grateful to them for that.”
Hammer’s upcoming projects also include the thriller “The Billion Dollar Spy,” as well as a planned sequel to his 2017 hit “Call Me by Your Name.”
Following the allegations, a questionable interview Hammer did with Playboy back in 2013 has come back to haunt him. In the interview, he described himself as a “dominant lover.”
“I liked the grabbing of the neck and the hair and all that. But then you get married and your sexual appetites change,” he told the magazine. “And I mean that for the better — it’s not like I’m suffering in any way. But you can’t really pull your wife’s hair.”