Armie Hammer's ex Paige Lorenze says he 'kept mannequins in basement of his family home to learn how to tie up women'
ARMIE Hammer's ex-girlfriend claims he kept mannequins in the basement of his family home to learn to tie up women and talked about wanting to strangle his dog, The Sun can exclusively reveal.
The 34-year-old actor was accused earlier this month of sending disturbing messages about cannibalism, rape fantasies, having "slaves" and "drinking blood" as a number of women came forward.
Now, model Paige Lorenze, 22, who had a twisted relationship with the scandal-hit star for four months late last year, has spoken about how he allegedly wanted to eat her body parts.
She claims he was obsessed with "meat, bones and veins," didn't use safe words during rough BDSM sessions and wanted her to be proud of the bruises she sustained as a result.
Hammer is currently holed up in the Cayman Islands as his divorce from ex, Elizabeth Chambers, goes through the courts in LA and they battle for custody of their two young children.
"He told me that he had mannequins in his basement in his family home that Elizabeth and him were living at to practice rope tying on," Paige told The Sun.
"It creeped me out, honestly. It was really strange. I'd never even heard of anything like that before.
"I'm not trying to kink shame at all. But I think that dangerous men [sometimes] use this as like a smoke screen for abusing and hurting women for their own sexual pleasure.
"I am holding him accountable and I think he knows that he's caused a lot of women pain, even if he doesn't want to admit it right now. And there is power in numbers."
She added: "I think that this [situation] is terrible, it's so unfair on his children and I think everyone is just so disgusted and shocked."
The Sun reached out to Chambers and a rep declined to comment.
Another alleged former lover who came forward with claims about Hammer, known on Instagram as Nastya D, also shared photographs of messages supposedly sent by the star showing the mannequins tied up with red rope.
Paige also claims the 6ft 5in actor would talk about strangling his own pet dog during bursts of anger, although she says she never saw him do it.
Hammer has often been seen walking his adorable pet pooch, Archie, a Welsh Terrier, near his $5million Hancock Park home in Los Angeles- which is now up for sale.
"He would get angry at his dog and say like, I'm going to kill this dog, I would have strangled him if you weren't here," Paige told The Sun.
She says she brushed it off as a joke, but the star loved to inflict pain on her and would often wrap his hands around her throat, bite and squeeze her during sex.
Paige claims he was into 'knife play' and carved the letter 'A' into her skin above her pubic bone before licking the bloody wound and "bragging" about it to his friends.
She said he also fantasised about having sex with a “limp body” and their brief romance has left her “sick to the stomach.”
"I'm a very traditional person in a lot of ways and he would always say like, 'Oh, I'm sure I'm going to pull this side out of you. I'm gonna introduce you to this whole world,'" she said.
"He would say things like, 'I want to bite a piece of your skin off and eat it, he would bite me so hard. Sometimes it would basically break skin."
She said he could still be "sweet and kind" but those moments played into the "manipulation" and he had control over her while she was entranced by him, not realising the extent of the situation.
The former professional skier said he had a plethora of other kinks, adding: "He was really into rape fantasy, and younger and older, like I was the student or I was the babysitter, things like that.
"I think he definitely loved it that I was younger. He always had me wear lingerie and tied me up.
"I just kind of agreed to it and let it happen, I was just trying to please him.
"He had these things called 'High Protocol Nights', which he did with a lot of the girls, you have to show up at a certain time, [there are] certain rules, very strict.
"And if you don't follow them, you get punished. There was definitely a lot of pressure."
Following these accusations, an attorney for Mr. Hammer told The Sun: “These assertions about Mr. Hammer are patently untrue. Any interactions with this person, or any partner of his, were completely consensual in that they were fully discussed, agreed upon, and mutually participatory.
"The stories being perpetuated in the media are a misguided attempt to present a one-sided narrative with the goal of tarnishing Mr. Hammer’s reputation, and communications from the individuals involved prove that.”
Paige, who says Armie first reached out via Instagram, previously told how he went as far as to ask her to find a doctor to remove her ribs so he could eat them.
Paige told The Sun: "I didn't think he was being serious, but the end of our relationship, it definitely seemed like he was being really serious about it.
"And then of course, when the other woman came out, it really drove home to me that this is reoccurring behavior and this is dangerous and scary.
"He went too far a lot of the time, but I wasn't confident enough and I didn't want to let him down."
The young beauty, who says she was left physically and emotionally scarred by their relationship, broke it off after being left disgusted by his proclivity for sexual deviance.
Asked if her family and friends would ever question her many bruises, she replied: "Yes, and in the beginning I defended him because my mom had seen them … she was really concerned.
“I said ‘No, this is just how this relationship is, he wants me to be proud of them’, anything he was telling me to say.
"I would also say [to other people] they were from surfing like, 'Oh my board hit me'.
"He just really loved bruises, he felt like [he was] claiming me. They were from rope, squeezing, biting."
Paige says Hammer, his family and team have not reached out since she first went public with claims of their relationship.
She says she's now in therapy and is being supported by family and friends as she comes to terms with her experiences with the disgraced star.
"I'm definitely gonna get into therapy, just talking to my family and definitely make sure that I'm putting myself in safe, healthy relationships," she said.
“And it’s really important to me to turn this into a positive.
"I definitely want to start either like an organization or a charity about sex education, just informing people about these sexual practices.
"So other women and young girls don't have to go through this."
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