Brandi Glanville has made a bizarre offer to Armie Hammer, after it was alleged the actor has cannibalistic fantasies.
On Twitter, the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star, 48, invited the Call Me By Your Name star to enjoy her rib cage.
“Dear @armiehammer You can have my rib cage [heart emoji] how do you just keep getting hotter and hotter #letsbbq,” she wrote.
Glanville’s tweet comes after Hammer’s ex-girlfriend Courtney Vucekovich, in an exclusive interview with Page Six, alleged that the actor, 34, “said to me he wants to break my rib and barbecue and eat it”.
She also accused Hammer of being emotionally abusive, saying in the interview she felt unsafe during the relationship.
Paige Lorenze, who also dated Hammer, claimed the actor used knife branding and bruises to mark her.
A lawyer for Hammer has denied Lorenze’s allegations.
“These assertions about Mr Hammer are patently untrue. Any interactions with this person, or any partner of his, were completely consensual in that they were fully discussed, agreed upon, and mutually participatory,” lawyer Andrew Brettler said in a statement. “The stories being perpetuated in the media are a misguided attempt to present a one-sided narrative with the goal of tarnishing Mr Hammer’s reputation, and communications from the individuals involved prove that.”
Glanville immediately faced backlash for her message.
“This tweet is deplorable. There are very serious abuse allegations against this person,” tweeted one user. “You are mocking these and all victims. I’ve always had compassion and empathy for you even when your behaviour didn’t always warrant. This has gone too far.”
“He’s being accused by multiple women of coercing them into unwanted and uncomfortable sexual situations. Is that seriously ‘hot’ to you?” asked another.
Hammer’s agency, WME, has dropped him and the actor has stepped away from multiple projects, including a rom-com Shotgun Wedding starring Jennifer Lopez.
At the time of dropping out of the film, Hammer said: “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 four months to shoot a film in the Dominican Republic. Lionsgate is supporting me in this, and I’m grateful to them.”
This article originally appeared on the New York Post and was reproduced with permission