ARMIE Hammer has been investigated by police for posting a video of a lingerie-clad woman on all fours in his Cayman Island hotel room.
The images, which were leaked from his private Instagram account, showed the actor refer to the person in underwear as “Miss Cayman”.
The video in question revealed Armie was in the Cayman Islands to see his children, writing: “Well… my ex (for a very good reason) wife is refusing to come back to america with my children. So I have to go back to Cayman… which sucks.”
He goes on to joke that he's making the best of the situation by flashing a glimpse of a lingerie-clad woman waiting for him on the bed.
Adding: “Except there are a few silver linings. Like f**king Ms. Cayman again while I'm down there.”
Page Six has now confirmed that Grand Cayman police spoke to the dad of two over the inappropriate footage
A statement released by police said: “On January 15, 2021, the RCIPS received an allegation of misuse of ICT in relation to a suggestive video which had been posted on social media.
“Officers investigated the matter and spoke to the suspect, who was warned about his conduct, in accordance with the wishes of the complainant.”
After the video was revealed in several media outlets, Hammer apologized in an audio statement released to the Cayman Compass on Sunday, January 17.
The Social Network actor said: “I would like to clarify that the person in my video, which was stolen from my private Instagram, is not Miss Cayman. I am genuinely sorry for any confusion my foolish attempt at humor may have caused."
He went on: “My deep sympathies to Miss Cayman, who I don't know, and to the entire organization as I had no intentions of implying she was actually Miss Cayman."
The official Miss Cayman organization confirmed the woman in lingerie was not Miss Cayman and said it was “disturbed” by the video.
Hammer, 34, has been racking up the headlines recently due to his alleged “twisted” bedroom fantasies, which were revealed in a series of NSFW messages by anonymous Instagram user, House of Effie.
Since the screenshots of Armie’s private DMs detailing a fetish for “cannibalism” and “drinking blood” emerged, a number of women have come forward to claim the texts are real.
Armie’s ex Courtney Vucekovich alleged that he told her he wanted to “break and eat her ribs."
She told the DailyMail: “He was really into saying he wants to break one of your ribs and eat it. Like barbecue it and eat it.
“In terms of the BDSM stuff, he made that pretty clear that it is something he is interested in very early on in the relationship and he referenced breaking my ribs often.”
Courtney shared a letter with the publication and alleged that Hammer wrote, signed, and dropped off with her apartment concierge during their relationship.
It reads: “I am going to bite the F*** out of you.”
The 30-year-old also claimed that Armie had a “master and slave” fetish that he made clear to her from the start of their relationship.
She said: “He was very much into saying “slave” and “you're just there for me at my discretion,” – of course I wasn't doing that, but he does like that idea of somebody being there solely for him.”
Courtney alleged that she felt as if she had been groomed by the actor and needed to undertake a 30-day intensive course of therapy for trauma and PTSD to deal with the repercussions after their breakup in early October.
“I was being groomed and brilliantly manipulated to do things that frankly scared me,” she claimed.
Armie finally broke his silence on last week to call the allegations a "vicious online attack" against him.
In his statement, he also revealed that he'd been ousted from playing the love interest in Jennifer Lopez's new rom-com Shotgun Wedding.
He told TMZ: "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.
"Lionsgate is supporting me in this and I’m grateful to them for that,” he added.
Jessica Ciencin Henriquez – who was spotted on a date with the actor in September – claimed the disturbing texts are "real."
Jessica tweeted: "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."
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