After months of scandals that ended with allegations of sexual assault erupted, Arme Hammer resigned from another position.
According to Variety, the 34-year-old actor will no longer appear in the Broadway drama “Minutes.”
“Minutes” was originally written by Tracy Letts and was originally scheduled to premiere in March 2020, but when the coronavirus pandemic closed the New York theater tour, the project was shelved. It is expected to make its debut in the 2021-2022 season.
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Hammer said in a statement: “I really enjoy working with Steppenwolf’s family on Minutes. But now, for the sake of my family, I need to focus on myself. And my health.”
The team behind the production added: “Almi is still a valuable colleague for everyone who has worked with him on and off the stage in The Minute. We only wish him all the best and respect his decision.”
The actor appeared in the Broadway TV series “Heterosexual Whites” in 2018.
Hammer’s representative and Anna D. Shapiro, director of “Minutes” did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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“One Minute” was the star’s last role scheduled before the scandal broke in January. Since then, he has withdrawn from the Left Right Project. He will still star in the two films he has finished shooting: “Death on the Nile” and “Victory for the Next Goal”.
Just a few weeks ago, a woman accused Hammer of rape and physical abuse. Hammer is now the main suspect in the Los Angeles Police Department investigation, and he has denied the allegation.
The woman and her lawyer Gloria Allred held a press conference this week during which she claimed that the 34-year-old actor raped her in Los Angeles on April 24, 2017.
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She claimed: “He repeatedly bumped my head against the wall that hit my face. He also committed other acts of violence against me, but I disagree.”
Hammer denied these allegations in a statement to Fox News through his lawyer.
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“From day one, Mr. Hammer has insisted that he is [the woman] -And other sexual partners of their companions-have reached a consensus, discussed and reached consensus in advance, and participated in each other. [The woman]The declared concern and unwise legal bids will only make it more difficult for true victims of sexual violence to get the fair treatment they deserve. “
If you or someone you know has been abused, please contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673.