Armie Hammer's ex Paige Lorenze claims his mom 'warned her actor was demonic' and 'knew he had a very dark side'

ARMIE Hammer's ex, Paige Lorenze, has claimed his mother, Dru Ann, warned her that he was "demonic".

The model – who dated Armie for four months last year – alleged that Dru Ann knew the disgraced actor had a "very, very dark side".

Paige, 22, has previously claimed Armie wanted to remove her bottom ribs so he could eat them and that he carved the letter "A" into her pubic bone.

The college student talked about his mother in a clip from her upcoming appearance on The Dr Oz Show on Friday, which was obtained by Page Six.

Dr Mehmet Oz asked her if Armie's mom or other "members of the family heard things about him".

She responded: “Well, she never specifically said anything to me because I don’t think she wanted to assume."


Paige added: "But she literally just said things like, ‘he has demonic behaviors, the devil was trying to take him,’ things like that.

"I didn’t grow up extremely religious, so that was a little bit out of touch for me, but I did get a feeling from her like she knew that he had a very, very dark side.” 

The Sun has contacted Armie's rep for comment.

Last July, Armie reportedly tweeted that he woke up in the early hours of the morning to Dru Ann "pouring oil on my head and praying very loudly in tongues while standing over my bed so she could get the ‘demons out’ of me".




Dru Ann is a personal trainer from Tulsa who met Armie's father, Michael, on a flight in 1985, according to a Washington Post feature from 1996.

Michael reportedly converted to Christianity and they married five months later in an alcohol-free wedding at a Methodist church.

Last month, Paige alleged that Armie was "100 per cent" serious about finding a doctor to remove her bottom ribs.

"He was telling me you can remove the bottom ribs so he could smoke them, cook them and eat them. He kept saying, 'You don't need them,'" she told Star Magazine.

The model said she laughed it off but felt "anxious and confused" as a result of his alleged behavior.

She also claimed Armie carved his initial above her pubic bone in an "extremely painful" act and later bragged about it to his friends.

Armie first came under fire last month for allegedly sending disturbing messages to multiple women about cannibalism, rape fantasies, having "slaves" and "drinking blood."

Armie's ex Courtney Vucekovich told the Daily Mail that he wanted to break her rib and eat it.

“He was really into saying he wants to break one of your ribs and eat it. Like barbecue it and eat it," the app founder said.

“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 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.

The anonymous Instagram account, House Of Effie, kickstarted the claims about Armie's disturbing alleged fantasies and behavior.

She claimed they had an affair from 2016 until 2020, while he was still married to Elizabeth Chambers, who he has two children with.

House Of Effie has shared numerous graphic screenshots and photos reportedly sent from The Social Network star.

One of his alleged messages reads: "I am 100 percent a cannibal. I want to eat you."

"You just live to obey and be my slave. 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?" another says.

Since the scandal, videos from Armie's private Instagram account have been leaked showing a lingerie-clad woman reportedly waiting on his bed as well him "bragging about drug use."

After the scandal broke, Armie was dropped by his talent agency, WWE.

He has also bowed out of The Offer, a series centered around the making of The Godfatherm and was replaced by Josh Duhamel in Jennifer Lopez's upcoming romcom, Shotgun Wedding.

He released a statement at the time: "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 4 months to shoot a film in the Dominican Republic."

Armie's estranged wife, Elizabeth, said she is "shocked and heartbroken"  over the claims made against him.

They announced last summer that they were filing for divorce after 10 years of marriage.

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