Armie Hammer has dropped out of upcoming Broadway production “The Minutes” amid sexual misconduct allegations and an ongoing LAPD rape investigation.

“I have loved every single second of working on ‘The Minutes’ with the family I made from Steppenwolf. But right now I need to focus on myself and my health for the sake of my family. Consequently, I will not be returning to Broadway with the production,” the actor — who has vehemently denied all claims against him — said in a statement to Variety on Friday.

The production team on the show also released a statement, which reads, “Armie remains a valued colleague to all of us who have worked with him onstage and offstage on ‘The Minutes.’ We wish only the best for him and respect his decision.”

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Armie Hammer Loses Last Remaining Role in Billion Dollar Spy Following Assault Accusations

Armie Hammer has now lost every single role he had lined up for the future following sexual assault allegations. The Lone Ranger and Call Me By Your Name star has been dropped from the upcoming drama Billion Dollar Spy, which he would have starred in opposite Mads Mikkelsen. This comes after he lost a series of other prominent roles in high profile movies. And his next release Death on the Nile has been delayed until at lease 2022.

Filmmaker Amma Asante is set to direct Billion Dollar Spy, which is described as a Cold War thriller. Walden Media has declined to comment further on Armie Hammer’s departure. Billion Dollar Spy was the final movie Armie Hammer had on his impending slate, with every studio he was set to work with having cut ties with the controversial actor. A number of other projects featuring Hammer wrapped before the rape accusations were made public.

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Armie Hammer Accused Of Rape

Armie Hammer has been anonymously accused of sexual misconduct online, and now, one of his accusers has come forward publicly

Armie Hammer, who has been accused by anonymous women online and two of his exes of sexual misconduct for weeks now, is being investigated by the LAPD following one woman coming forward and accusing him of rape.

“I thought that he was going to kill me,” the woman, who has asked that she be identified only as “Effie,” said during a press conference alongside her attorney, Gloria Allred. Effie alleges that she and Hammer were in an on-and-off relationship from 2016 to 2020, and that during that time, he physically abused and violently raped her.

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