Elizabeth Chambers addresses Armie Hammer after 2 years of silence

Elizabeth Chambers, ex-wife of Armie Hammer, said the former couple were in a “really great place” after several women accused the actor of sexual abuse.

The TV host, who split from the ‘Call Me By Your Name’ star in July 2020 after a decade of marriage, broke her silence nearly two years after various controversies began swirling around the father of her two children, Harper, 7. and Ford, 5.

“Our divorce is not finalized. But we really are in a great place. We talk all the time. We are fully and completely committed to our children and to being together as much as possible in a non-romantic way for our children,” said she told E! News in an exclusive interview published on Wednesday. “Children need their mother; children need their daddy. So there’s nothing we won’t do.

Hammer’s career plummeted after several women said they received disturbing text messages from the actor, sharing screenshots detailing violent sexual fantasies relating to rape and cannibalism. The disgraced star has since been accused of rape by a woman he was in a relationship with. Hammer vehemently denied the abuse allegations and sought treatment for drug, alcohol and sex issues.

Chambers, who now lives in the Cayman Islands and has moved into a new “committed relationship” with wellness therapist Ricardas Kazinec, said the “oxygen mask theory” has helped her deal with recent events.

“You can’t really care for someone until you’re taken care of,” she said, referring to airline emergency instructions to “Secure your own mask before you go.” help others”. Chambers also shared that Hammer prioritized his own “healing” during this time.

“I am here to support this process. It’s going to make him the best father, the best person he can be. … All that matters is that he’s the best dad to our kids,” she continued. “Obviously he deals with everything else he deals with personally — and c is its own course now.”

Allegations against the ‘Social Network’ star and his sordid family history are at the center of new ‘House of Hammer’ docuseries, which premiered earlier this month and examines his father’s ‘dark and twisted legacy’ , Michael, as well as grandfather Julian and great-grandfather Armand.

Chambers revealed she declined to appear on the show but saw it, saying the show was “obviously heartbreaking on so many levels” and “very painful” to watch.

“The past is the past and all we can do is take this as a time to learn and listen, and hopefully process and heal,” she said.

“I consider myself a feminist and I stand in solidarity with anyone who has been victimized in any way,” she said. “I’m not here, like, ‘My life is amazing,’ because it’s been hell for a long time.”

Hammer himself has yet to comment publicly on the docuseries, but a source told Entertainment Tonight that the actor is “trying to prepare as much as he can” for any reveals he reveals.

In July, the actor was working at a resort in the Cayman Islands, selling timeshares to support and be close to his children.

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