Warning: This post contains descriptions of sexual violence.

Armie Hammer has been sitting the whole acting thing out these past few months as he hides out in the Cayman Islands and waits for the legal repercussions of the ongoing LAPD investigation into rape allegations against him, formalized back in March after exes Paige Lorenze, Courtney Vucekovich, and a woman named Effie each came forward alleging the actor had displayed coercive, violent behavior in their relationships. While only Effie’s allegation rose to the level of rape, other women described him as manipulative and emotionally abusive and confessed to going through with sex acts they wished they hadn’t. Thus far, while Hammer and his representatives have strenuously denied all allegations, no one has come forward to stand by him as his agent, publicist, and two upcoming projects all dropped him in quick succession. But Josh Duhamel, who took over Hammer’s role in upcoming film Shotgun Wedding, apparently felt the actor deserved a word of support.

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