Armie Hammer enters treatment for drug, alcohol and sex issues

Armie Hammer

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  • Armie Hammer has entered a treatment facility in Florida for drug, alcohol, and sex issues.
  • The decision comes after the actor reached out to ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers for help – this, after a slew of allegations against him including emotional abuse, manipulation, sexual violence and rape.
  • Vanity Fair has confirmed the actor entered treatment on 31 May while speaking to sources who claim he has unresolved trauma from a troubled past.

Armie Hammer has reportedly entered treatment after a slew of allegations against him.

In January, the actor was accused of emotional abuse, manipulation and sexual violence by multiple women, with things coming to a head when graphic texts between him and a woman started circulating on social media, exposing his alleged sexual fantasies, which included rape and cannibalism.

In March, police opened an investigation after the star, who has

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Bill Cosby denied parole after failing to participate in ‘sex offender’ therapy program | Tribune

Bill Cosby was denied parole in his sex assault case this month in part because of his failure to complete a prison program for sex offenders, the Pennsylvania Parole Board said.

The comedian isn’t eligible for release until Sept. 25 at the earliest, but the board starts interviewing candidates three to five months in advance and spoke to Cosby by video conference on May 7, board spokeswoman Laura Treaster told the Daily News on Thursday.

Based on the interview, the board denied his parole, Treaster said.

In a letter detailing its decision, the board cited Cosby’s failure to complete the therapy, failure to develop a parole release plan and a “negative recommendation” from corrections officials.

The next time Cosby goes before the board, officials will look to see whether he has “successfully participated in/successfully completed a treatment program for sex offenders and violence prevention,” the letter shared by Treaster said.

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