Armie Hammer cannibal sex row: Who is House of Effie, did the IG girls really say the DMs are real?

The Instagram account shared alleged screenshots of Instagram DMs between the account of an unknown person and Armie


                            Armie Hammer cannibal sex row: Who is House of Effie, did the IG girls really say the DMs are real?
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Armie Hammer has been trending all over social media for all the wrong reasons. He took over everyone's news feed after screenshots of graphic Instagram DMs showcasing his "twisted" bedroom fantasies involving cannibalism and what not were released anonymously. He has since been on the receiving end of a lot of criticism which also saw him dropping out of his role in 'Shotgun Wedding'. Ever since the news broke out, social media has been debating the authenticity of these screenshots and whether they are real at all. 

It brings us all to the same question: Who is House of Effie, the Instagram account that shared the DMs exchanged between Armie and an unknown woman detailing his fantasies? 

Actor Armie Hammer and his wife Elizabeth Hammer attend the "Free Fire" premiere screening party hosted by Bulleit at Early Mercy on September 8, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. (Getty Images)

Who is House of Effie?

The House of Effie account has been around since 2018 with the first post of a naked woman at the beach. Other posts from the account include that of BDSM, pole dancing and more pole dancing. At the time of writing this article, Instagram account House of Effie has 45.5k followers. The description of the account is "Michael Phelps of F******". While there are no posts on Hammer, you can check the entire account on story highlights. 

On January 10, 2021, the Instagram account shared alleged screenshots of Instagram DMs between the account of an unknown person and Armie. The information was allegedly provided by one of House of Effie's followers and the account shared the story with multiple screenshots from a woman.

"For those of you saying it's not real, I personally have been hearing these stories from MULTIPLE girls who had past flings with him. I didn't think much of it until I saw these messages. Be safe out there y'all these people are among us and it's NUTS," the account shared. 

One screenshot from Armie to the woman in question said that she would "live and obey" to be his slave. "I will own you. That's my soul. My brain. My spirit. My body. Would you come to be my property til you die?" one message wrote. "If I wanted to cut off one of your toes and keep it with me in my pocket so I always had a piece of you in my possession?" All of this did not stop all the naysayers. But it looks like there might be evidence. 

What is the evidence against Hammer?

According to reports, the woman who accused Hammer of sending disturbing DMs about rape and cannibalism says she has proof. House of Effie shared a photo that was allegedly sent to her by Hammer. It shows a hand tattoo similar to the actor's. The picture shows a man's hand over a script with the ring finger having the same tattoo as Hammer, who had inked the initials of his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers shortly after their marriage in 2012. 

Women for women 

There are many who are expressing doubt over the authenticity of the screenshots. But as it turns out, there might be some truth in them. Josh Lucas' ex Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, who went on a date with Armie in September. She took to Twitter to share, "If you are still questioning whether or not those Armie Hammer DMs are real (and they are) maybe you should start questioning why we live in a culture willing to give abusers the benefit of the doubt instead of victims."

None of the women have been identified yet.



 

What about the tape?

Screenshots aside, there is now an audio clip doing the rounds on Twitter that has a male voice claiming the "risque messages" were sent to someone during a "kink-based relationship". "They were very risqué DMs with someone I was involved with in very much a sort of kink-based relationship, if you will. So a lot of s**t was said that also most people don’t relate to. It’s kink, its niche, it’s fetish - so that’s bad."

"So if that wasn’t bad enough, imagine this: You’re having sex with someone and you say something in the heat of the moment … if someone comes up to you and says 'Oh my god, I heard you said this…' out of context, out of the heat of the moment, out of that safe place where it sounds perfect to say - it’s a little cringey"

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