Armie Hammer's ex Paige Lorenze says she 'felt unsafe' in their relationship and brands him ‘kind of a scary person'

ARMIE Hammer’s ex Paige Lorenze has said she “felt unsafe” if their relationship and has branded him a “kind of scary person.”

A number of claims have been made about the controversial actor, 34, in a Vanity Fair exposé.

Lorenze, 23, recently claimed to the monthly magazine that during their relationship she felt “really unsafe and sick to her stomach".

She alleged that the actor “started making rules for me of things I could and couldn't do”.

She said: “I was also emotionally dependent on him.

“He started making rules for me of things I could and couldn’t do, who I could have over, who I couldn’t. 

“He told me that I couldn’t have anyone else in my bed. And then I just started to feel really unsafe and really sick to my stomach about things.”

She claimed that she ended the relationship over text “because you never know what you’re going to get with him – he’s kind of a scary person”.

The actor has been under fire ever since his alleged "cannibal" DMs were leaked.

Back in January, a woman previously involved with Armie revealed screenshots of their alleged exchanges via Instagram.

The actor allegedly wrote in one message: "I am 100 per cent a cannibal. I want to eat you."

"I need to drink your blood," the Instagram user said in another exchange. "I'm going to be soooo naughty and kinky with you."

Armie's alleged texts – which included graphic accounts of sex acts and talks of cannibalism – were first shared by anonymous Instagram user House of Effie.

Following the initial messages, a number of women came forward to confirm the disturbing messages came from the actor.

Lorenze was one of these women.

She said: “I saw these screenshots and my stomach just dropped, like, holy f**k. 

“Because he would say things to me…weird stuff…like, ‘I want to eat your ribs’."

Another one of Hammer’s ex-girlfriends, Courtney Vucekovich – a 30-year-old woman he began dating in June last year – also spoke of him “manipulating her”.

She said: “Day one, he makes you feel bad for him; it's when he makes himself look like a victim. 

“Then he love-bombs you like crazy; you've never felt more special in your entire life. 

“I've never seen anything like it. We're in a restaurant, and I'm sitting across from him, and he pulls my chair over, right next to him, in front of everybody – and is hugging and kissing you.

“You're the only girl in the whole world. And then he starts the manipulation and the darker stuff.”

Courtney said their relationship took a dark turn after one sexual encounter that she “was not comfortable with”.

She alleged that Hammer was “drinking heavily” and got “cold and angry'” as he convinced her to “consent”.

She said: “I eventually consented and really regretted doing so."

Vucekovich added that she “checked herself into a treatment program for trauma” soon after they broke up.

Armie's lawyer told Vanity Fair in a statement that “all interactions between Mr. Hammer and his former partners were consensual". 

“They were fully discussed, agreed upon in advance with his partners, and mutually participatory. 

“The stories perpetuated on social media were designed to be salacious in an effort to harm Mr. Hammer, but that does not make them true.”

It comes after another ex "compared him to Ted Bundy" and claimed the star was obsessed with Japanese bondage art.

Unnamed sources claimed that his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers, 38, has joked to friends that their marriage is comparable to the 2019 film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.

The Netflix film, which stars Zac Efron, chronicles the crimes of serial killer Ted Bundy.

Sources added that Armie is "broke," as he has allegedly claimed financial independence from his rich family that have been involved with Russian communists and American oil tycoons.

He's been open about his financial woes in the past and confessed in 2017 that he couldn’t pay out a bet he had made with filmmaker Luca Guadagnino because "it would literally bankrupt me."

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