Elizabeth Chambers says she and estranged husband Armie Hammer are “in a really cool place” amid their divorce and cannibal scandal.
Founder of bird bakery Submit an application for divorce From the star of “Call Me by Your Name” in July 2020 after 10 years of marriage and two children, 5-year-old Ford and 7-year-old Harper.
“Our divorce does not end. But we are in a really great place. We talk all the time.” E! News In a new question and answer. “We are fully and completely committed to our children, and to be together as much as possible in a non-romantic way for our children.
“Children need their mother; children need their father. So there is nothing we will not do.”
Chambers, 40, admitted there were some common parenting challenges along the way — given that soon after the marriage was ended, the women came forward and accused Hammer of sexual assault and rape. Since then, Chambers has said that Hammer is recovering by Rehabilitation for drug and sex issues.
“It was Armie Focus on his recovery. There’s the oxygen mask theory: You can’t really take care of someone until you are taken care of. “There is a reason on the plane they say, ‘Secure your mask before helping others.’ He was too busy securing his mask.
“My mask has been secured, [the kids’] The masks are on, so right now, it was a lot more about focusing on and protecting them.”
With her “believer” mask, Chambers dating a new guyShe can look back on her marriage and that of 36-year-old Hammer with fondness despite its end and the constant controversy surrounding it.
“We grew up together and have so many memories. We have traveled the world and it is so beautiful,” she said. “I feel like I look at it as a different stage in my life, but I don’t necessarily think we’re starting over. I think we continue on our path, from a changing perspective.”
Chambers revealed that she finally watched the Discovery + series of documents “Hammer House” With her “support system” after she initially decided to avoid it.
“Obviously it was heartbreaking on so many levels and so painful. But it is there at the same time.” “The past is the past and all we can do is take this moment to learn and listen, and hopefully process it and heal in every capacity.”
She added that she was “certainly surprised” by what she saw but noted “I think that’s to be expected.”
She continued, “…It wasn’t great, especially when you feel like you’ve done the work, but the moral of the story is that the work is never finished.”
Except for a vehement denial of the allegations against him, the “Social Network” star has not publicly commented on the content in “House of Hammer,” in which former Hammer appeared. Courtney Voskovitch As well as some of his other alleged victims detail their horrific experiences.
After allegations by a woman named Evie that Hammer raped her, the Los Angeles Police Department launched an investigation into Hammer’s actions. The The case is still ongoing.